PART TWO picks up right where THE GOLDEN GIRL left off, limning the machinations of Sarah Young to acquire a magazine and start building her empire. She uses sex to get ahead, not surprising considering both her real-life career and her extreme beauty/sexual expertise.
Video begins with Andy (Peter North) shtupping Sarah (wearing attractive green undies) in front of a fireplace. Après-sex, they have a lengthy discussion of her plans for the magazine "Modern Girl". This conversation material is generally edited out of the anthologized versions of these often-released XXX vignettes.
Lovely redhead Jessica (Patricia Hall -I'd like to see her on video more often) is publishing magnate David Truman's secretary, and she services him, including Jon Dough as Truman giving it to her doggystyle.
On the same couch, Sarah has a meeting with Truman to convince him to invest millions of dollars in her proposed revamp of Western Pacific Publishing's "Modern Girl" title. Her scheme to get majority control of the publishing house is interesting (especially in a porn video). She gets Truman's interest with her huge breasts literally hanging out of her tan suit, but this almost backfires as he is too distracted to concentrate on the business deal. Not to worry, she gets him to sign the contract before they get down to humping. Oddest touch is absence of a money shot -don't know why, since Dough is Mr. Reliable in that department.
Video ends with an oft-repeated vignette of Mike Horner dressed in tux, dining with Sarah at a posh restaurant. Sarah boasts of her business success, retitling her acquired magazine as "Golden Girl". Sex in public naughtiness ensues, as Sarah goes under their table to give Horner a blow job, and we get a memorable top shot of her (from that angle) immense booty, set off by black hose, garter belt and boots. Not the usual visual one associates with screen fellatio scenes.
A cute touch has a waitress coming by to chat with Horner, not aware of what's happening below, and finally he humps Sarah on the table. Final conversation has the duo planning a business partnership together.
All in all, a satisfying Sarah Young storyline program.
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