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  • Before he jumped ship to join Jules Jordan's porn fiefdom, Stills By Alan directed this interesting Sapphic series for Bree Mills, well worth catching.

    Considerable humor is generated in the showcase scene, wherein Penny Pax and Darcie Dolce are caught by Penny's boss Vanessa Veracruz in a case of minor insurance fraud.

    PP & DD are pretending to be a married couple, so that DD's tonsilectomy could be charged off via PP's employer's insurance plan. Boss VV visits them and with sharp interrogation discovers the duo's lies about their status.

    The improvised dialog format actually works well for a change, as PP & DD make up ridiculous explanations and are caught in obvious contradcitions by the swift-tongued VV. Punch line is that the boss only wants them to prove that they're really lesbians (not fixated so much on the marriage scam), resulting in a very hot threesome.

    Excellent acting is also on display when Jenna Sativa is confronted with a new temp employee April O'Neil who insists on wearing extremely provocative outfits to work. She bawls her out and is ready to fire her, but softens when finding out April can't afford to go out and buy suitable business attire. Scene climaxes nicely when Jenna relents and is more than satisfied by April servicing her sexually, agreeing afterward to fund her newly permanent employee's necessary clothing shopping spree.

    Penny returns in a different role, interviewing alongside Georgia Jones a job applicant played by Adriana Chechik. Though the grilling doesn't go very well, they hire her anyway, on the basis of an impromptu lesbian threesome. I, for one, was glad to see Chechik in a character role, foregoing the squirt routine she usually applies to punctuate (and unfortunately overwhelm) her character's persona.