Sol Bloomgarden (Randy West) is looking for a nice Jewish girl. Only one hitch. Sol's already got a nice Jewish girl — his wife, Mitzi (Sharon Mitchell).
So Sol's fickle. You were expecting maybe perfection? Sol also swings a lot of heavy muscle and smokes a lot of big ugly cigars. He also carries a pretty mean libido and uses a Clark Kent look alike booking agent (Kevin Gibson) to help find that Jewish Girl that'll put some dill in his pickle. Gibson as Max wears a lot of dacron polyester, does a lot of fast talking and makes a sincere, honest effort to find one. He'd better or else he "sleeps with the gefilte fishes."
But it turns out Mitzi ain't so nice, either. She likes whips and chains and leather fly swatters. She convinces Max, with a little sexual domination, to forsake this title search for Miss Jr. Jewish America. She loves Sol, smelly cigars and all.
Sol manages to get in a few nice delicatessen samplings of womanhood in the meantime, but no luck in his search. Then what do you know? We pull the old blindfold- the- Jewish-guy -tie- him -spread-eagle- to- the-bed-and-let-him-figure-out-who's-his-latest-vixen trick. It's the best sex he's ever had. Clue: her name begins with Mitzi. Off comes the blindfold. Everybody laughs, and Mitizi quite literally sticks the cigar where the sun don't shine.
Mitzi's Honor is a fun, couples video. The sex is as thick and delectable as your best corned-beef special, though I'm kind of disappointed that Taija Rae's role as Max' secretary is relegated more to gum snapping wisecracking. She makes the perfect emory board toting secretary, nevertheless. There's absolutely no attempt to parody its sound-alike namesake, so that's a relief. Mitzi is light weight stuff but gets away with being cute.