Released: Apr 01st, 1992
Running Time: 80
Director: F J Lincoln
Company: Vidco Entertainment
Cast: Peter North, Malta, Terri Diver, Rachel Ryan, T.T. Boy, Gail Force
Critical Rating: AAA
Puttin' Out is a case of improbability meeting implausibility. When K.C. Williams walks in on T.T. Boy who's screwing Teri Diver, she wants a divorce. This is pretty ironic since K.C.'s been hacking around with Peter North, so she's hardly one to talk.
It seems that T.T.'s an uncontrollable sexaholic. He goes for therapy to Rachel Ryan who doesn't seem to mind spreading her legs on the edge of a desk. This form of treatment is akin to pouring a drink for a recovering alcoholic.
Small wonder that T.T. can't seem to break himself of these incredible urges. With the idea that he'll go for one last fling (really?), T.T. pores through his little black book. He calls Gail Force and Malia over to his house and he jumps their bones. Predictably K.C. walks in on this threesome and tells T.T. to take a long walk off a short pier.
Ryan, if you want to believe this new plot twist, now gives T.T. some kind of magic brew to rid himself of his urges. This could have been accomplished easily enough with a cup of 7-Eleven coffee. Meanwhile, K.C.'s having a "let's forget all about men" scene with Diver, notwithstanding the fact it was Teri who was fuffing T.T. in the first place. T.T. walks in and it seems K.C. doesn't need him anymore. In a convincing display of grief, T.T. rushes into the arms of Ryan who convinces him he's still attractive to women. They screw like bunnies, and he's a changed man. Hallelujah.
Puttin' Out is an enjoyable little romp sparked by a very attractive cast. Rachel Ryan, as always, is first rate.