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Released Jul 01st, 2002
Running Time 62
Director Cleo Edwards
Company Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast Kiwi, Brian Surewood, Cherie, Tony Tedeschi, Evan Stone, Briana Banks, Bree Brooks, DELETED AnnMarie
Critical Rating AAAA
Genre Feature



Couples, and anybody who wants a good surreal laugh.


Evan Stone, in a suit and tie, helps a blind lady halfway across a busy intersection and leaves her in the crosswalk as a laugh track chortles. He goes into a courtroom and gets Marty Romano acquitted by saying one sentence - more laugh track - and then goes home to girlfriend AnnMarie, on the phone talking about anal sex, and when Stone enters, she rings off: "Bye, Mom." The laugh track loves that. Then they strip off and he walks off in mid-fuck, saying, "Close your eyes, I have a surprise" and he gets Marty Romano to spoo on her face as he takes a Polaroid. "Why are you such an asshole?" she cries, before eventually throwing herself off a building.

Turns out Stone's asshole has a mind of its own. And it's - well, an asshole. So he goes off to Tony Tedeschi to get it surgically removed. Tedeschi tries to get some medical info on such a problem and gets nowhere, although the laugh track enjoys his consternation, until janitor Cherie brings him to a strip club where he meets Briana Banks and her talking pussy. Tedeschi affects introductions between Stone and Banks, and she flashes back to the first time it talked - which was her first time - yelling, "Not in the face!" Turns out the asshole and the pussy - and the lawyer and the stripper - hit it off and soon Stone, a changed man, is telling Romano, busted again, to find a new lawyer and helping people all the way across the street. Naturally, his asshole rejects this, blowing his ass out to gigantic proportions. Naturally, Stone rejects the asshole.

Things get weirder from there, with the asshole getting its revenge, and Stone getting his revenge.

Writer David Stanley shows his comedies can be as involving as his dramas, and director Edwards makes the absurd situations work by having the actors look like they believe them. Good performances all around, especially Stone. Pre-nom Best Sex Comedy and Best Screenplay.

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