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My Bodacious Vidalia 

Walden treats Alan to an image makeover, and he attracts a married woman with a much older husband who cannot satisfy her in bed.

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Desperate to get Alan out of his hair, Walden breaks his heart-broken gloom by spicing the suggestion of a make-over with the magic gesture: his limitless credit card. The result may still be tacky, it attracts an airhead gold-digger whose ancient, super-rich husband Victor is rarely even conscious. The smell of money soon helps Alan overcome any embarrassment about adultery around the sick husband. Written by KGF Vissers

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