Click (1997– )
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The Body Beautiful 

R | | Comedy | Episode aired 1997
At a gym that's at risk of closure, two workers use a magic device to "arouse" interests.

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(as Rafael Glenn)

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(screenplay), (comic)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gabriella Hall ...
Linda
David Chielens ...
Ben
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William Haywood
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Susan
Rick Jordan ...
Ted Fields
Nina Leichtling ...
Margo
Kiva ...
Pamela
Melodi Clark ...
Rose
Taylor St. Clair ...
New Linda (as Taylor St. Claire)
Jennifer Burton ...
Jan (as Jennifer L. Burton)
Matt O'Reilly ...
Jack
Heather James ...
Jill
Bo Zena ...
Megan
Roger Woodland ...
Roger Stonebrook
Dominic Tateo ...
Mel
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At a gym that's at risk of closure, two workers use a magic device to "arouse" interests.

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Genres:

Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong sexual content

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1997 (USA)  »

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This was released on DVD as "The Ultimate Attraction". See more »

Quotes

New Linda: [She walks into the sauna, wearing only a towel] Not a bad sauna, huh?
Susan: I've been in better.
New Linda: Oh, where'd you go?
[She sits down next to Susan, hiding the Clicker between her legs]
Susan: I'm on assignment.
New Linda: Oh, a reporter?
Susan: Why, do you work here?
New Linda: Nah, just came for the free workout. To be honest with you, I'm not that impressed either.
Susan: Well, I recommend that you wait a few weeks and then come back. It'll be a lot better by then.
New Linda: Really? Sounds like you got the inside scoop on something?
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Soundtracks

Click Theme
Lyrics by Robert Paige
Vocals by Robert Paige
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Click - change the channel! Failed comedy or failed soft-core?
10 February 2007 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

This was atrocious. Apparently the director realized what a failure it was and tried the same concept more successfully with "Emmanuelle 2000: Emmanuelle's Intimate Encounters," which actually had comparably more erotic and humorous moments. (Not that it is worth searching out either.) I seriously wonder how he got another chance after this film.

Throughout this film, I was continually cringing and wondering why I was subjecting myself to the hokey soundtrack, actresses in workout suits pretending they can fake orgasms, and the wasted talents of much more interesting soft-core (Jennifer Burton) and hard-core (Stephanie Swift) porn stars relegated to incidental roles. The comedic attempts fell flat for me, and the the Wall Street Journal has more erotic ads in it.

"Click" to turn the DVD player off...


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