Paul Thomas continues to be the guy willing to take chances, willing to do something different and fortunately, the powers at Vivid are willing to give him the opportunities to try things that are not in the mold that cranks out hundreds of look-alike videos yearly. In this aptly named show, there is virtually no dialog; there is a rhyming narrative in rap style spoken by the writer Carl Esser. It is used sparingly and effectively and, most of all, entertainingly to tell of Tom and wife Diedre and of their sexual games. This is a video much more of form than of substance and it is that form that keeps our attention. Diedre Holland fans will especially love this one as she is in most of the action scenes with Tera Heart and first timer Trixie Tyler pulling up the rear – so to speak. This show will not be to everyone’s taste, but those of us who enjoy a change will enjoy this change of pace.