Synopsis by Robert Firsching
This first of six sequels to Rolfe Kanefsky's Butterscotch: Lost but Found (1996) reunites the director with French producer Alain Siritzky (Emmanuelle) and lead actor Scott Coppola as the invisible hero, Norman. Norman's girlfriend Kelly (Gabriella Hall) finally lands a big acting job this time around, and Norman walks around naked and invisible until he stumbles upon a genie played by Craig Peck from Kanefsky's cult film There's Nothing Out There. The genie grants wishes and is able to change genders at will, finding a new home within a beautiful woman only to be released when one of her breasts is fondled. Being that this is a softcore sex comedy, that happens quite a bit. The substandard Butterscotch: Over Berlin was next in the seven-film series, and featured Norman traveling back to World War II to save the world in a half-baked homage to Invisible Agent.