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Ivy's sister, Violet, comes to visit the Greer residence in this third installment of the franchise. It does not take long for the family to be turned upside down as Violet uses her body and skills of manipulation to throw the household into a state of panic and deceit. Written by
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Wow! Violet's mom (Athena Massey) and the pool boy don't waste any time in getting down to business, and we aren't 10 minutes into the movie when a grown up Violet (Jaime Pressly) is showing us everything she has in the bathtub. This is a good start.
Soon she is servicing Joy's (Megan Edwards) fiancée Michael (Greg Vaughan), and getting daddy (Michael Des Barres) all excited swimming topless.
It is so fun to see what Violet's devious mind will come up with next.
I enjoyed seeing Susan Tyrrell (Buddy Boy) again.
This is definitely Jaime Pressly's most skintastic performance and one you will never see again now that she has hit the big time.
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