Robert Bullock's a hair stylist - for cadavers at a funeral home - and he's a really good one. So good, in fact, that pimp Dick Howard thinks Bullock could improve his gals' incomes if he styled their hair - and the b.j./doggie bang Bullock gets from his first "client" (Susan Nero) cinches the deal. But when Bullock's boss later catches him doing do's and partaking of the fringe benefits, Bullock's on the street - and on his way to his own salon, with Sharon Kane as a manicurist.
This film scores an extra half-A for its humor - Bullock even gets lessons in appearing gay! - but the generally-intercut sex leaves a lot to be desired. Best is the mini-orgy with Bullock, Howard and his three hookers, but the final four couplings - three boy/girl and one girl/girler - and are so intermeshed that getting off on any one of them is nearly impossible.