Click: Season 1, Episode 2

Sexual Dependence Day (I) (1997)

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Ron Slick is a Washington lobbyist who comes by Dr. Fez's "clicker" invention, which makes women errogeneously ex-tra-cited; Slick uses the clicker on a senator, a reporter, a police ... See full summary »

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Ron Slick
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Dr. Fez (as John La Zar)
Tatiana ...
Movie Theater Wife
Scott Herren ...
Movie Theater Husband
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Senator Thorpe (as Kim Dawson)
Ralph Lucas ...
Senate Chairman
Harrison Young ...
Senator Gyrgich
Lenny Rose ...
Senator Dicuado
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Thorpe's Secretary (as Lora Lyn Peterson)
Michael Brown ...
Radio D.J.
Julie Rivier ...
White House Tour Guide
Laura Palmer ...
Miss Sweden (as Petra Sexton)
Holly Hollywood ...
Miss Norway (as Stacey Leigh Mobley)
Vanessa Shaeffer ...
Beer Girl #1 (as Vanessa Shaefer)
Charlie Brown ...
Beer Girl #2
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Ron Slick is a Washington lobbyist who comes by Dr. Fez's "clicker" invention, which makes women errogeneously ex-tra-cited; Slick uses the clicker on a senator, a reporter, a police officer and two federal agents. This entry may be part of the seven episode TV series, released as a full feature. Written by Howard Clegg

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Rated R for sexual content and some language
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Save the Trees: Rent This Flick
11 November 2008 | by (Rosebush) – See all my reviews

First of all, this movie is important enough to be commented on in complete sentences. Secondly, the fact that only 22 people have voted on it during the first five years it has been available on DVD in the U.S. is very misleading. Since it has been on the regular shelves (not those of the XXX backroom) at the three largest video chains in the country, at least hundreds of thousands of folks have seen the now worn-out disks for this title. The reason the vote total, as well as the rating, is so low is that you have to be a nuclear rocket scientist to locate it on IMDb (which does a very poor job of cross-referencing names in the various data bases, and slavishly adheres to a format giving the primary listing--often the only one which will pop up on searches--to the first WORKING title available, even when ALL or 99% of viewers are coming to the flick via the current U.S. DVD title). SEX, LIES, & POLITICS does NOT come up if you search under that title (supposedly an episode name for the short-lived TV series CLICK) or in the opus of director Brian Rudnick. The quickest way to rate it is to search for male lead Kevin E. West, who plays pro-Redwoods Washington lobbyist Ron Slick. (Alternatively, search for any of the eight actresses listed below EXCEPT Holly Hollywood, as it is rather tedious to scroll down her 200 hard-core efforts.)

Brace up, fellow nuclear rocket scientists. Jacqueline Lovell, Kim Dawson, Tatiana, Petra Sexton (aka Laura Palmer), Stacey Leigh Morley (aka Holly Hollywood), Kiva, Jennifer Leigh Burton, and Jane Stowe all do their part to Save the Trees (i.e., PENTHOUSE, HUSTLER, etc.), which is, after all, the point of this political expose. After seeing the octet listed above, few will need to shell out $7.95 to see them on the page in those environmentally-challenged publications.


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