Theme and variations on the recent mainstream vehicle Multiplicity, with Mike Horner standing in for Michael Keaton. clever plot has Horner cloning himself twice so he can keep up relationships with many women, while experiencing pleasure with all of them through some kind of psychic bond. Director Markman delivers one side-splitting moment when Horner, in the thrall of clone-induced pleasure, tries to seek solitude in a crowded men's room and winds up ejaculating on a wall under the terrified gaze of Anthony Crane. Naturally, jealous co-worker Steve Austin blows the whistle on Homer and also naturally, Horner Mark I finds out the hard way that pain can be transmitted too.
Kudos to the first-rate acting job by Homer (pre-nom) and seamless special effects (pre-nom)(pre-nom)(pre-nom) arranging an eye-popping threeway conversation between Horner, Horner, and Horner. Pre-nom (just one) to Markman's script, as well.