Only the presence of Jeanna Fine saves this show from a lower rating. There's an excuse of a plot about somebody getting fired (sound is occasionally abysmal) but it's quickly laid to rest in favor of a party where one or two girls wear old-fashioned dresses from the 1920s. Of course, they don't wear them for long, so what's the point?
The show opens with Sweetie Pie and Pink Mink poolside. Later, Marilynn Martyn is paired with Rego, but the centerpiece is the cross-cutting between various duos until the entire cast goes to the living room for orgy action. The plot has long since been forgotten and when the orgy ends, so does the video.
Only Miss Fine (the only veteran among the ladies) seems to be enjoying herself. There's an eyecatching box, but unfortunately the content doesn't come close to the packaging.