Vice cops Candy and Traci accidentally meet the bikini robbers who are armed with assault weapons in a bank. The thieves escape with loot after a wild shoot-out. The commissioner and the ... See full summary »
After winning the lottery "Mrs. Devonshire" (Jayne Hamil) and her husband "the Commissioner" (Jay Richardson) entrust their money to their Vice Academy subordinates, "Candy" (Elizabeth Kaitan) and "Traci" (Raelyn Saalman) to deposit at the local bank. However, while they are waiting in line three female bandits appear and rob everybody. Needless to say this causes a stir within the police force and as a result a detective from Internal Affairs named "Hank Grisham" (Brad Blumenthal) is dispatched to investigate the case. Unfortunately, the lack of any solid clues leads him to believe that both Candy and Traci were more than innocent victims which further impedes bringing those responsible to justice. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this was the last film in a series that remained relatively consistent in its mediocrity. While certainly not award-winning comedy there were some elements of humor to be found in all of the preceding movies and this particular film is no exception. On the other hand, it would also be fair to say that the goofiness associated with these movies was beginning to get a bit old and because of that it was probably best to end the series at this point anyway. Lack of original humor aside, there were a couple of fairly attractive actresses like Nikki Fritz (as "Saavy"), Angela Castilli ("Tease") and Charlene Blaine ("Jenny Moans") which at least helped to brighten what amounted to a rather dull picture overall.