We open on two French chicks (Rebecca Lord & Channone) trying to sing La Marseillaise and dancing the Can Can for lucky Tom London (Steven St. Croix). Then his wife Jane (Racquel Darrian) returns home early because her gallery opening was canceled unexpectedly. Next thing you know, Jane's left Tom and is seeking psychological help from Dr. Penelope Michaelson (Tiffany Million).
Dr. Tiff tells her favorite 'Luna chick' to go out and not be afraid of her sensual urges. So she walks into a bar that is being tended by Dillon Parker (Jon Dough), who happens to be the shrinks boyfriend, but of course he doesn't tell her that. Later that evening, while Tiff is servicing Johnny Dough, he is still thinking about Miss London playing with herself on the pool table.
Apparently Jane has an appointment with her Doctor at least once a day, for she gives Dr. Penelope status updates on every move she makes. She decides to meet Dillon again, convinced he is still single, and after they have sex for the first time, she's right back on the psychiatrist couch. Maybe it's just gratefulness on her part. After all, if it hadn't been for Dr P's advice, she never would have gotten it on with the big bartender. Either that or Penelope has very few clients waiting on her.
Tiffany finally begins to become a bit suspicious when Racquel mentions he works at a tavern. Personally I found it a bit weird when that Luna chick said she and her new lover had 'so much to talk about' because they haven't been doing any conversing at all. To top it all, Loony Jane tells her doc she's about to present her man with a stuffed tiger she named Kilroy. Well, that let the cat out of the bag.
That night Dillon brings home Kilroy and leaves it with Penelope on her couch while he is off to bed. Almost immediately after that, Jane's husband Tom comes over for a midnight appointment. Then Sean Michaels arrives for his 1 AM appointment (group therapy). This is probably the hottest scene in the picture, but of course it turns out to be a dream.
The next day the doctor finally gets painkiller Jane to reveal the name of her new beau, and then proceeds to show her she knows all of his bedside manner moves and can do them better. This scene can also be seen in "The Secret Life of Racquel Darrian". So I guess Penelope got her revenge of sorts, and also got her man back, though neither of the girls seem very happy about it at the end of it. Maybe that's why in real life, Tiffany ended up leaving the adult business behind for a life as a wife, mom and bounty hunter. Fade out.
6 out of 10
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