The flip side of Morning Star (reviewed last month) Perfect Couple focuses on Dasha's husband Cheyne Collins and what happened in his life when Dasha split. He jerks off to g/g action on the cable teevee while noshing on potato chips and Fig Newtons, for starters. After he gets Dasha's Dear John phone message, Collins gets a get-over-her pep-talk by buddy Eric Masterson, who tells him chatting up girls in a bar is "better than a kick in the nuts," and the first girl he meets gives him a chance to road-test that theory, with breaking-glass sound effects. In the men's john, when Collins espies Cheyenne Silver milking Lee Stone in a stall, he imagines - or maybe remembers - himself and Dasha similarly engaged. After an altercation with Stone, he wakes up face to face with Silver, who spent the night with Masterson and fucks him again on Collins' bed ("Hi!"), driving him out of the room. After a dinner/food fight with Masterson and Silver that looks like it's going to turn into a threeway, Collins takes off. When he reflects, "I don't want to be alone," to Silver, she reassures him, "You're not alone," and they do the horizontal.
The vid ends, like Morning Star, with Dasha's return. She's ready to come back - but Collins is reluctant to have her. He leaves Dasha and goes to be with Silver, with not-exactly-predictable-but-true-to-the-story results.
Stanley shows his mastery of storytelling again, dropping small hints that explode into story points later in the telling. Pre-nom for script and direction for the Morning Star/Perfect Couple one-two punch. Eric Masterson, pre-nom for Supporting Actor. Six sex scenes add value for the number-crunchers.