If you’ve followed Paul Thomas’ work of late, you might suspect that this is another “relationships” picture, and you’d be right. Mickey Ray is married to Christy Canyon, but is having an affair with Jamie Summers because, as he eventually tells Christy, “I need both of you to survive.” Danielle Rogers is married to (guess who) Randy Spears, but their relationship is a bit rocky. For them, sex is a trade-off: He’ll lick her pussy if she’ll promise to give him a blow-job later. What she delivers is a hand-job, a little ball-licking and finally some of the old in/out, but Randy’s still dissatisfied.
The plot unfolds as Mickey boasts to Randy about his affair, and Randy accidentally divulges it to Danielle. One of them – we’re not told which – spills the beans to Christy, who, as part 2 opens, throws Mickey out of the house, then promptly has an affair herself with the uncredited Tim Lake. Eventually, Jamie and Christy decide they want to meet each other, and after a torrid girl/girler, finish up with Mickey sandwiched between them. They’ll live happily ever after if Christy and Mickey can work out whether Jamie joins them twice a week (his idea) or once a month (hers).
From the moment Mickey asks Christy the cinematic question, “How many Hitchcock pictures can you name before I make you cum?”, every sex scene is hot enough to melt your VCR. Christy Canyon has never been more appealing, nor given such a consistently steamy performance. Jamie’s threeway in part 2 is a sight to behold; she always makes sure, when caressing one of her two lovers during the foreplay, that at least a hand is making contact with the other, either rubbing a thigh or fondling his balls. Even after she takes them both on, she appears hungry for more. What she doesn’t want is commitment … which is exactly what Christy wants more of, once she learns of hubby’s infidelity. Says Mickey, “All I want is both of you.” Mention should also be made of Kym Wilde’s (mostly) solo scene in the park, with its interesting visual effects.
Where this tape falls down is in some of the stilted dialogue and less-than-believable interplay between the characters, which ranges from soapy (as in opera) to wildly unrealistic. So feel free to do a little cut-and-run until you see folks with their clothes off, then snuggle up with your honey and enjoy some command performances. Those, plus the sultry boxcover featuring Summers wearing her best “I want you” expression, make this duo sure winners out the door.