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13 September 2019 | lor_
Phony and mindless
This lousy series is Robby D. at his worst, sort of impersonating the old Digital Playground label's "Jack", an anoymous pornographer, and pretending to shoot over and over his supposedly first porn effort.

The fact that the result is as crummy as if it were a first effort is irrelevant. This is meant to be generic sex footage aimed at an undiscriminating audience.

Briefest of cameos by series regulars Jelena Jensen and Harry Bali merely have JJ sporting deep decolletage, pushing Harry in his wheelchair as he puts a voice box to his neck and we hear jibberish credited (voice-over) to Joey Pulgadas, the label's utility man crew member.

Robby as Jack (we only see his hands in the frame occasionally, wanders around the DP headquarters talking to some stooge that plays his editor or studio flunky. It's an excuse for him to "comically" complain about how lousy his sales are and how little support he gets from the company, which as posters on the wall remind us is rightly consumed by its hit release of the blockbuster "Pirates". Though he gives "special thanks" to Digital Playground in the end credits, methinks dear Robby protests overmuch.

Along the way he stages shoots with various porn players, ranging from the beautiful Jana Cova to enthusiastic Penny Flame. Idea of humor is having one actress request a small or ordinary sized penis for her scene, so Robby inflicts on her the huge cock of Ben English as if a prank. Of course the fans know that these porn professionals are used to taking vast cocks (or oversized dildos) inside them as almost a prerequisite for joining the Chatsworth clan of sex workers.

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