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Jack's Playground #38
Welcome back to the one playground where you can do whatever you want to the delicious young girls without fear of legal difficulties – Jack’s Playground! That’s right, the feckless and irresponsible scion of the Jack household is back with another installment of the best gonzo on the market. Audrey Bitoni, Teagan Presley, Roxy DeVille, Lacey Heart, Leah Luv and Nevaeh join in round 38 of the old music video gag, playing strippers, dancer, actresses, and just plain sluts who really, really want exposure – and boy, do they get exposed! More than exposed, each one gets stripped down and fucked silly – don’t miss the show!
We don’t know what band is going to use the footage on MTV, but we guarantee that all the bands are going to use the footage for something! True to Jack’s good sense, there’s a lot of tease and a lot of action and it’s all entertaining! Forget professional, this volume is all about totally fuck-able chicks and lube. Go at it!
Runtime: 121 minutes
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P. Weasels (Return to Top)
Not much changes between iterations of Jack's Playground; as Montel says in the intro to the 38th volume of Robby D.'s extended one-note song, "if you are offended by crude humor and/or jokes that have been run into the ground…for the past five years, then please turn your DVD player off right now." He's right. At this point, the joke -- each girl wants to be in a music video, and allows Jack and cohorts to seduce her, or offers sexual favors, or just gets tricked into fucking on camera to facilitate it -- is so thin that even Jack and crew don't pay it any attention except to mention it occasionally in each movie, in the same way that Jon Miller and Dave Fleming still mention Lon Simmons at the end of every broadcast, even though Simmons hasn't been a regular part of the broadcast team for five or six years (you can look him up on Wikipedia if you don't understand that). The music video gag is, in other words, vestigial at this point. It's funny if you've been in on it since the beginning, a little reward for the faithful -- otherwise it's more of a bewildering aside for the newcomer, and a little annoying until you've seen enough Jack's Playground's to get the joke and understand that Robby D. knows what he's doing.... Read the Full Review!
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