The dating game tagline
This R-rated low-budget (Canadian) exploitation comedy flick, written and directed by David Beaird, told about obnoxious, sex-starved 26 year-old redneck campus "fifth-year freshman"-loser Pondo Sinatra (Matthew Causey in his only starring film role) who was on a quest to get laid.He at first sought the assistance of his roommate - Studly (Timothy Carhart).A typical low-brow Adams College campus 80s comedy had a predictable plot of competition between the underdog brainy computer-science nerds against the brawny jocks fraternity (Alpha Betas) and their rich and bitchy sorority girlfriends at Pi Delta Pi.One of the main goals of the geeks was to spy on, disrobe, and humiliate the pretty coeds.
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 plot centered around the threatened closing of the establishment by disgruntled parent and local businessman Joseph Rutter (Joe Don Baker).