Released: Sep 01st, 1993
Running Time: 86
Director: W Bosley DeLongprez
Company: Pepper Productions
Cast: Tianna Taylor, Alicia Rio, Teddi Austin, Lilli Xene, Tami Monroe, Kiss, Pamela Dee, Sharise (I), Chaz Vincent, Melanie Moore
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
First off, let's get a few things straight. I know for a fact that there WAS a script, because I read it. It made sense, it was cute, and had some very funny bits in it. I know that time constraints, etc. forced some of the bits to be curtailed (I was on the set), but even so, the plot was intact when I left — it still made sense. However, something went awn' between the time I left the set, and the moment I popped this tape in my VCR, 'cause this video is very confusing; it takes damn near the whole show to figure out what's happening. But the good news here is that: A) some of the individual bits are still funny even though they're out of context, and B) the sex for the most part is incredibly hot.
In a nutshell: Alicia Rio runs a center for the "seriously unemployed", where a slew of circus rejects and bizarre types turn up. Melanie is a former attorney who's acting as a T.V. cooking show host. Tami Monroe and Kiss work at the TV station. Melanie gets fired for being inept, (but not before she and Kiss damn near peelthe paint off the walls in their on-camera encounter). Melanie ends up starting an all-girl escort service called "Nookie Cookies" — where everyone in the cast ends up after THEY get fired from their respective jobs. Whew! In any case, it's still worth watching for the girls, but my heart goes out to the writer whose work is butchered so shamelessly.