These Talk Dirty To Me features never quite coming, but with production values like this and high caliber performances, these are sequels you can watch into the dozens. The customer can be guaranteed a good time, and no one will be disappointed.
This time around Randy West and Tracey Adams play rival disc jockeys on a radio station, Adams reprising her role as a psychotherapist who handles sex problems on the air. West gets into a sponsor war with her, trying to get her off the air, but that's not the leads of Adams' problems. Her old flame Eric Edwards has come sniffing around to see if he can pump some fire into their old relationship, her kid sister is in marital distress and she's got lesbians calling up at all hours for professional advice. There's a lot going on here, and not all of it hangs together. The sex scenes are consistently hot. TDTM Pt. 7 is an admirable piece of work. The good looking cast makes a real acting effort and the editing, sound, script and all those thins that make the difference between a class production and a lump of you-know-what are in evidence here. Tianna and Champagne work especially well together. A good, solid show.