Rob Black and the world of pain and suffering were two inexorable forces bound to collide. Now add wrestling/bodybuilding icon Nicole Bass to this bizarre equation. In her debut as a Dom, Nicole is, on one hand, potently lethal, yet, at the same time, refreshingly wacky with her mocking proclamations of really insincere nurturing, the kind best ascribed to a Nazi daycare service. Nicole treats her victims like children, hones in on their foibles, whacks the crap out of 'em for them, and, well, feminists now have a superhero in Bass, the Leather Clad, Ultimate Equal-Opportunity Shit-Kicker.
In the first test of her mettle in the video world of pain, Nicole divides quality time between victims Nature Blossom and Hunk Hollywood. Hollywood's the one in the white jockey briefs with the word "faggot" scrawled on the ass, in case you're interested. While Nature cries a lot and gets rewarded summarily with heaps of verbal abuse, Nicole admonishes Hunk, physically, for not being a caveman. And, because he can't own up to his primitivism under torture chamber conditions, Nicole applies a battery of clothespins and snapping mousetraps to sensitive portions of his body. "You don't have a lot of personality," she tells Hunk and asks him if he's Jewish. "I'm Yerman," he replies. "Well, I'm Jewish and I hate Germans!" she yells and proceeds to conduct business like Molly Goldberg on steroids.
In the next vignette, because he fucked around on his girlfriend, Nicole pays a midnight call to Everett. She derides his tattooed-and-pierced physique, wraps him in a body-scissors, slaps him around for looking at porno and handcuffs him to the bedpost. Hey, he only fucked around on his girlfriend. But because Nicole is taking the affront personally, she whips him continually. And then there's the excruciating mascara torture (too brutal to describe on these pages). All things considered, Alexandra Silk, playing the crying yet defiant victim, is the beneficiary of a kinder, gentler, probably worn-out Nicole. On the one-to-10 scale of assault-and-battery, Alexandra receives, probably, a four; but Nicole gets off the best line in the vid when she applies the ultimate insult to Silk by accusing of being "one of those Bloomingdale's shoppers."