Edmund and I got along so well from the get-go, that we started dating after just a few weeks.
And three months into our relationship, he proposed to me!
In this case, long-legged hooker Janet (an immaculately assembled Jay Knowles) is forced to defend both job and gender when mother (the diminutive, scene-stealing Sharon Niesp) arrives in a car determined to take her “son” home.
Their Dorothy/Sophia dynamic is effectively played for laughs, until it comes to light that the family has been doing some ghosting.
Or they will go shopping, and she pretends to be me.
Perhaps one day we may have to reveal what we have done.
BY SCOTT STIFFLER | Ask if he’s a cop before getting into the car, don’t do anything until you’ve been paid, and contain your stroll to the Village side of the Meatpacking District — because the Chelsea precinct?
“They will arrest a bitch in a minute.” That’s the job training dispensed by skilled and savvy leader of the pack Diva to juicy but naïve new girl Strawberry, as fellow ladies of the night Mistress Blondie (dominatrix fem top) and Janet (sex siren with real breasts) trade insults and swap war stories.
Before long, the whole group is strutting their well-choreographed stuff, and out-bad-girling Donna Summer by singing “Walk, Walk The Night,” a salty/bittersweet take on the world’s oldest profession.