23 June 2006 | cricharddavies
Pretty darn hot, if a bit grim at times
I wonder if there's some sort of unwritten rule in the adult film industry than an actress is only allowed to make two "Debbie" movies, in tribute to Bambi Woods, who only appeared in the first two and then disappeared? They definitely seem to be released in pairs. This film forms a duology with "Debbie Does Iowa".
Sky (later known as Sky Lopez, apparently) takes up the role. She plays a married cheerleader whose team -- ostensibly the Cowboys, but never named -- is going to the Superbowl, which is being held in the Big Easy. She's having marital difficulties with her husband, Bobby Vitale, whom she sees as unsupportive, and given the fact that she catches him with another woman right before she heads off, she decides to sew her wild oats. Unbeknownst to her, however, sinister forces are scheming to further complicate her life. Debbie will be faced with a choice between saving her career and saving her husband from a fate that the audience will view as worse than death. Ironically, it's suggested that the choice that she makes was the wrong one ...
Nearly every scene in this shot-on-film release is a winner, though the best one is definitely Sky's three-way with Blair (aka Blair Segal) and Devon Wolf. This was the first time that I'd seen red-haired cutie Blair in action, and I think it's a crying shame that she didn't make more movies.