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Finally as the film concluded, Monica and Artie hooked up at the dance, and she encouraged him: "Just shut up and kiss me....
Let's go all the way." Barney had acquired the power of telekinesis (similar to Brian De Palma's horror thriller Carrie (1976), mixed with Porky's (1981)), used vengefully in the climactic prom scene in the school gym to strip off the gown of mean and snobby cheerleader prom-queen Jane Mitchell (then unknown star Heather Thomas, most probably a body double - bd - when she was disrobed).
Similar to the theme of the popular Private Lessons (1981), this copy-cat film told about a young senior high school student Bobby Chrystal (Matt Lattanzi, Olivia Newton John's ex-husband, a former Xanadu dancer) who was amorously tutored in "French" by live-in 30 year-old blonde Terry Green (Caren Kaye). Lauderdale, Florida for two sets of guys: nerds Nelson and Adam (David Knell and Perry Lang) who were forced to share their motel room with studly Stu (Paul Land) and O. Before the end of summer break at the start of their senior year, a foursome of inexperienced male friends made a pact to help each other.
In the first scene, Eugene was propositioned by two party girls, Lola (Playboy Playmate Kym Malin) and Alva (Kim Michel), who dropped their tops in front of him in their convertible, as part of a sorority initiation prank - so they could take a Polaroid picture of his "manhood."The arcade was populated by eccentrics, a punk rock band led by King Vidiot (Jonathan Gries), a Latino gang, and party girls.
Instead, they found and accompanied runaway, divorce-seeking housewife Kathy (Shelley Long).
The guys' first stop was a strip-show (with nudity), followed by Dave's encounter with a whore (Victoria Wells) - the others also scored with Woody's whore (Laura James) and Spider's whore (Martha E. My Tutor (1983) was semi-scandalous for its teacher-student relationship - a common theme of the era - in which a seductive older woman romanced a younger boy. Another archetypal coming-of-age teen comedy from director Jim Sotos was about pubescent males at Venice Beach in Southern California attempting to lose their virginity - a rite-of-passage for these late-night guilty pleasure films from the early 80s.
The late 70s and early 80s was a period of low-brow, teasy, R-rated sexy teen comedies with gratuitous nudity, mindlessly weak plots, and raunchy profanity, designed for horny adolescents, usually teenaged males with raging hormones and active fantasy lives who were looking for glimpses of naked girls and their first sexual conquest (a "Let's Get Laid" sub-genre). ", while Artie was in the VW's back-seat making-out with her friend.
The smarmy trend signaled that theatrical films originally made for 'dirty old men' were now targeted at teenagers, with comedic laughs often directed at the semi-naked young stars. But then Reggie shouted out to his dismay: "This girl's got balls!