These tapes remind me of certain comedians whose jokes come at machine-gun pace. If you don't like one gag, don't worry; there'll be lots more following. Likewise, these shows have so many new faces that you can rest assured, if you don't like one, there are several more just around the corner. So when I discovered that I wasn't entirely enamored of Tatiana (or was it Venus?), I could still look forward to Blonde Ice (or was it Tatiana?). There's no connecting story or theme, but I'm pretty sure that I did hear somebody mumble "party doll". The opening Heather Lere/Mandy Wine girl/girl duo was evidently taped a year or two ago, since the cute Mandy has been out of the business for a while, and Heather is now spending most of her time dancing. Still, it and the closing Rustie Rhodes/Jake Steed/Johnny Rocket trio are two decent scenes. The rest have that tired, mechanical look. A terrific photo of Heather graces the usual attractive boxcover.