|Released||Jun 01st, 2003|
|Directors||Elliot Lewis, Huey Lewis|
|Cast||Jon Martin, Billy Dee, Tami Thomas, Lynx Canon, Jane Black, Paul Thomas, Lisa DeLeeuw, Seka, Hershel Savage, Felix Stud, Coral Cie, Holly Page, Gary Dama, Starr Wood, Spender Travis, Cecelia Wilson, Blair Harris, Lysa Thatcher|
|Critical Rating||AAA 1/2|
The title refers to a talking bedsheet that we first "meet" as it's serving as the projection screen for some loops that a fratboy is using to try to seduce the highly-attractive Lysa Thatcher. The seduction eventually works, but not before we've seen the history of the sheet, which gets its first workout under a threeway involving the maid at a honeymoon cabin and two voyeurs. Much better, however, is the honeymoon couple themselves, the wife of which is Lisa DeLeeuw, who has a hard time getting hubby into the right frame of mind — but once she does, the scene rocks with 69, both cowgirl positions, doggie and spoon.
Sadly, that's the disc's best, and not even Seka, who, with another gal, seduces pickup truck driver Paul Thomas in the truck bed, can match it. Also present is the toga orgy to which Seka is invited, which features small snatches of heat with various couples, and Lysa's reverse cowgirl and mish on the frat couch, which coulda/shoulda been excellent but never quite makes the grade.