Well scripted and produced, this showcases the talents of Dee, Sierra, and others. Sierra dies before her time, so she is given another whack at life via a Heavenly body transfusion provided by angelic Dic Tracy. Her naturally superbusty body, previously seen in the opener as half of a girl/girl with Ebony Sinclair, is then replaced with the fine form that is Dee. This bodily habitation is temporary enough to give her time (as Dee) to do Byron Long and Guy DiSilva. She eventually ends up a permanent resident of Lucy Pearl's physical essence and again does lucky Long while in this newest incarnation. All in all, the sex is strong, safe, and straightforward in this almost all-black production. Bravo.