|Released||Aug 01st, 2000|
|Company||Vivid Entertainment Group|
|Cast||Blair, Dillion Day, Temptress, Alexandra Nice, Sky (I), Alexa Rae, Erik Everhard, Devin Wolf, Wendy Divine, Chandler (I), Bobby Vitale, Vivian Valentine, Eric Masterson|
|Critical Rating||Not Yet Rated|
Who knew that the bayous outside of New Orleans hosted lowlifes interested in the same sort of "good ol' boy" rape action that one might expect to find in, say, the mountains of Appalachia?
Of course, perpetual cheerleader Sky (as the titular Debbie) wouldn't know anything about all that - yet. She's just broken up with boyfriend Bobby Vitale (she caught him getting a surreptitious b.j. from Alexandra Nice) and is in town to make her "Yell Queen" debut at the N'Awlins Super Bowl - and to check out the local action.
Frankly, the local action is one of the best things this tape has going for it, and accounts for at least a couple of points in the "production value" rating. There are several interludes featuring street performers, including a tuneful black trio... though it seems that just about everyone Sky and pals Blair, Alexa Rae and Maya Divine meet in their travels is a transsexual or transvestite.
The problem here may be too much local color and not enough attention to character interaction and plot. For instance, there's a sinister group of guys dressed in black who want to abduct Sky for the "good ol' boys" show in a big shack out in the swamps, where Temptress and Vivian Valentine get plunged in the tape's opener. Trouble is, the villains are never very convincing (except for the Head Baddie) and exist more to complicate Sky's relationships than to further the plot.
Sexual high points include Sky's cowgirl ride on Alexa's strap-on; Maya and Blair getting double-teamed on the stairway of an old building; Chandler's on-stage solo at the backwoods "nightclub"; Sky and Blair taking turns riding Devin Wolf's cock; and Sky pleasuring another stud in four positions in exchange for Devin not having Vitale gang-raped by the aforementioned good ol' boys. And if you're expecting an uplifting ending to all this, forget it.