Sikki Nixx and Tom Byron (great wig and glasses) are thoroughly unconvincing in this Wayne's World satire, as the screenwriter doesn't seem to have realized that to pay homage go a satire is very, very difficult; you certainly can't parody it, which is what's being tried here. Sexually, the best couplings involve newcomers Jack Handy and Teddi Austin, "old-timers" Biff Malibu and Brigitte Aimé, and Cherry Lawson's lesbo number with Toni Couchez. Trixie Tyler's "seduction" of Tom Byron (with a bone left over from her Flintbones appearance) leaves a lot to be desired. and Madison (with Betty Page haircut) won't make your wiener rise...and the only sound we can hear from Madison's band is the tambourine. The packaging approximates its target, the story doesn't; but there's enough decent sex to make it worth a look.