Released: Dec 01st, 1987
Running Time: 80
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Tom Byron, Kim Alexis, Joey Silvera, Gail Force, Jamie Summers (I), Nikki Knights
Critical Rating: AAA
“I have thoughts,” I have opinions, I read People magazine,” says Jamie Summers (aka The Brat) to her husband played by Tom Byron. Besides that, he has the audacity of blocking her sun while she’s bathing.
As matters have come to this extreme, Summers must do the only thing humanly possible to counteract the negativity – outside of going shopping. She joins the Army – ours, when Byron challenges her to “do something really important” with her life. Given the depth of her character, one might suggest a silk flower designing class as a less severe alternative.
But situating Summers in a ladies’ barracks obviously lends more to thought provoking lesbian encounters than dabbling with orchids. There’s a goofy sidebar involving Gail Force as an undercover secret agent on the trail of whoever is selling secrets to the Russians, which of course allows for plot opportunities to plant microfilm, listening devices and other minutiae in body cavities.
Nikki Knights plays Summer’s superior officer, Captain Dykestra, who wants to see all of her privates standing tall and looking good, a pun that gets a little worn out after awhile. Knights insists on her first hand input into the dress and undress of her troops – a premise which allows for the hottest scene of the video between her and Summers.
Summers is unchallengeably hot property in the Brat series. The humor might be getting a little forced as when Byron borrows a page out of the Jerry Butler drag comedy notebook, and sneaks into the barracks dressed as a WAC, mustachio and all. But her blondeness, Summers, packs enough wallop to supercede any drollery in khaki.