Released: Feb 01st, 1989
Running Time: 82
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Tom Byron, Rene Morgan, Rick Savage, Kristi Leigh, Shanna McCullough
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Having virtually sapped my creative juices for comments and perspectives on Nikki Randall and what she imparts to the Brat character, I draw your attention to blonde Kristi Leigh who does for a nurse's uniform in this feature what Lynn Francis did in John Leslie's Nightshift Nurses . . that is, create a whole sexy Florence Nightingale subgenre unto herself.
Rare is there a notable jiggle performance within the realm of an explicit feature, but Leigh does it all here as Randall's aide de camp when Randall decides to forsake her husband for the umpteenth time to pursue a career in medicine -- Randall was that emotionally impressed by a tonsillectomy, Once again, it takes a tree to fall on Byron to realize that hanky panky may be ensuing. Head medic Rick Savage has screwed a patient under ether for heart surgery, so Byron checks into the hospital in a nose glasses disguise to head Savage off at the pass amid your standard pratfall and hospital slapstick.
The sex scenes are empassioned floor-to-ceiling affairs -- no skimping or play acting here. I'd like to see Randall and Leigh paired off in more comedic material. They're a choice one-two erotic punch, in or out of uniform.