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Jack's Playground 7

Released: May 01st, 2004
Running Time: 98
Director: Robby D.
Company: Digital Playground
Cast: Ben English, Avery Adams, Cherokee (III), Temptation, Eric Masterson, Dana Vespoli, Breanne, Friday, Monica (I), Lee Stone
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Gonzo

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SYNOPSIS

A ongoing sex joke that just keeps killing.

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Critical Rating: AAAA

Though some elements of its formula begin to grow a wee bit tired with this volume of the Jack's Playground series - particularly the "film header" transition effect, which seems to get employed about every five seconds or so - it's still the most entertaining and well-produced series around.

In this one, Jack finds himself being pestered by a girl selling candy door-to-door "for special needs kids." The problem is that the girl (Cherokee, sporting funny granny glasses) has no short-term memory, so she keeps forgetting that she's already been there. Jack exploits her handicap by convincing her that she's his girlfriend - and later, Ben English's - and that the reason she's there is because she wants to fuck. Evil genius, we say. Pre-nom JP for Best Gonzo and/or Continuing Series.


 

Related Content:

Digital Playground
Friday
Lee Stone
Breanne
Eric Masterson
Avery Adams
Monica (I)
Dana Vespoli
Temptation
Ben English
Cherokee (III)
Robby D.

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