Married People, Single Sex 2: For Better or Worse
Married People, Single Sex 2: For Better or Worse ★½ 1994 (R)
Three women are faced with sexual unhappiness: Carol's hubby had an affair, Valerie wants a baby but her spouse doesn't, and Karen's husband is just too darn nice (she wants some spice in her life). So, there's lots of sexual encounters to solve their problems. Also available unrated. 93m/C VHS . Kathy Shower, Monique Parent, Liza Smith, Craig Stepp, Doug Jeffery; D: Mike Sedan.
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