Synopsis by Robert Firsching
Cult filmmaker William Lustig directed this mildly amusing sex film using the pseudonym "Billy Bagg." Sharon Mitchell, in her first adult film, plays a bored housewife whose husband Jason (Don Peterson) is too busy to give her the attention she needs. Taking matters into her own hands, Mitchell proceeds to bed her tennis instructor, Kip (Jamie Gillis), who puts her to work as a callgirl. Among Mitchell's subsequent escapades is a "date" with a portly old man (Waldo Short) who puts her on a table and decorates her body with cherries, whipped cream, and chocolate syrup before having dessert. Short's appearance is odd to say the least, and is exacerbated by the fact that one of his body parts seems to belong to someone of a different race during close-ups. When Claudia finally returns home, she discovers Jason in bed with Kip, who conspired with her gay mate to set up the entire arrangement. Because of Lustig's involvement -- as well as an early appearance by the unique Long Jeanne Silver -- the film has a certain curiosity value, making it worthwhile for genre completists.
boredom, escapades, homemaker, neglect, seduction, sex