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Campy syndicated series about Vallery Irons, a girl working at a hotdog stand who accidently saves a celebrity and is mistaken for a bodyguard. She and a team of beautiful bodyguards form a bodyguard agency called V.I.P. which stands for Vallery Irons Protection. Written by
Joseph Elm <Riotplaya@aol.com>
women in silly clothes with lots of gratuitous violence
This ("women in silly clothes with lots of gratuitous violence") was how Valerie Irons (Pamela Anderson) described a "movie" being made... obviously making fun of her own show. Truly, I always disliked Pam Anderson and have never really seen anything she's been in, but sometimes I am up very late and "V.I.P." is the only thing on. I expected to hate it, but instead found myself laughing at her [Pam Anderson's] antics. She is much funnier than I ever gave her credit for, and she, with this show, is really just making fun of herself. Who knew Ms. Anderson could be self-deprecating? This is not a show I would set my VCR to record, but if it's on and you're up, GO FOR IT! It's mindless, it's silly, but it can also be downright funny. Plus, it's great eye-candy. :-)
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