CHATSWORTH, Calif. - Abigail Productions has set a Nov. 18 street date for The Dirty Facts of Life, a spoof of the 1980s NBC sitcom about a girls' boarding school.

Directed by Oren Cohen and written by Lee Roy Myers, the movie follows the template of the original show with one difference: housemother "Mrs. Gariss" and her girls are all lesbians.

"The girls get scared when they suspect Mrs. Gariss of going straight after a visit by the plumber," explains the heartwarming synopsis from publicist Brian Gross. "Together, they devise a plan to win her back to her lesbian roots by seducing her. Throughout the day, Mrs. Garris defends herself against their sexual advances in the name of good housekeeping. But in the end, everyone wins in a triumphant orgy."

You take the good, you take the bad... 

The Dirty Facts of Life stars Racquel Devine, Jordan Kingsley, Jada Fire, Annabelle Lee, Lindsey Meadows and Lexi
Bardot. The movie will be distributed by GFD as part of the Abigail Productions family.