Steven St. Croix goes into a bar with Savanna Samson, and asks her,"Is this going to be your first adult feature" It is. She did some Internet stuff with her husband back in Tennessee, but thi'll really piss him off.
"That it will" St. Croix assents.
Cut to Mickey G. watching her on a big-screen TV as Samson poses in her scanties. Impending-doom music plays, heavy string chords and high-pitched counterpoint. Sh's joined by Dale DaBone and a second girl, and a threeway ensues. After the pop, Mickey looks at the screen in a disturbed way.
Cut to St. Croix coming home with the girl in tow. A two-way ensues, again with suspense music.
Cut to a viewfinde's eye view of a porn set, zeroing in on Mary Carey and Kody on a red couch. Bars and tone. The scene begins. As it ends, St. Croix enters and director Frank Bukkwyd asks him where the hell the girl is, she did't show up.
St. Croix goes to the bar where he went last night. The bartender does't know where the girl went, but Mickey G. follows him to his car and roughs him up a little. St. Croix goes to the gir's apartment, meets her roommate who fucks him thinking h's a casting agent. Zen then gets down with Mickey G., and St. Croix gets the whole thing on tape. G. is the husband, it seems, and now he will have trouble contesting the divorce. Fade-out on G. jerking off to the footage of himself with Zen, getting a mysterious feminine helping hand as he climaxes.
Some good action, including a great what-have-I-gotten-myself-into? look from St. Croix at the beginning of his scene with Zen, but the plot is more confusing than involving.