Lovers Adam and Luke (Leslie Stine and Sparky O'Toole) decide to play a little joke on their friends and get a little nookie as well. Each one tells a good buddy a sob story about breaking up and wrings his hands in confusion, saying he's never even been with anyone except his ex-lover. Naturally, their friends are eager to be of comfort. Afterwards, Adam and Luke get back together for a good laugh and a hot reunion in the sack.
It's a cute little story, and any viewer with a particular penchant for one of the stars probably won't be disappointed. The sex and the production are competent; the acting and dialogue are another story. But at least this video has a breezy, carefree attitude.
My only major complaint is the soundtrack. Repeatedly you can hear distracting noises in the background (doors banging, someone shouting, "We're in the bedroom!"), along with the director's voice giving instructions, which sort of spoils any illusions of spontaneity. But the music track is worse, swinging with no discernable logic from a twangy hayseed country theme to saccharin elevator jazz, and always managing to sound completely inappropriate to what's happening on the screen.