The timely story of a television station that shows free love continues in the third installment of W.P.I.N.K. Following the exploits of the station that plans to broadcast sex all over the world, we find Taija Rae, she of the F.U.C.C., trying to sabotage the station's broadcast signal.
But the story mostly concentrates on sex, as in the home video tapes the station broadcasts (a long, fairly sexy scene with lovely Tracey Adams who looks fabulous and Tom Byron) and the highly rated program, "Match the Position" (ably performed by Herschel Savage and pretty clean-shaven newcomer Jane Davil).
Attempts at humor abound, but it gets truly funny when the station broadcasts in the Soviet Union and comrades Mike Horner and Shanna McCullough play the home version of "Match the Position." It's a sexy scene and Taija Rae fans will also be happy with two lengthy liaisons (one with Billy Dee and the other with Peter North).
Although this series has lost some steam in originality, it's a pretty decent sex tape, well-directed by Wolfgang Gower and technically up to standards. There's several good reasons to see W.P.I.N.K. III, and two of them belong to Tracey Adams.