Dr. Snuggles and friends return for episode 44 of Get Soft, your guide to the truly astonishing world of softcore films, and the world’s number one podcast on that subject!
Get Soft’s Bikini Summer Summer continues, with the second film in the series, which is very reasonably titled Bikini Summer II. Does it follow on from the first Bikini Summer in any way? No it does not, but it is based on a story by and directed by the one and only Jeff Conaway! This is his one and only directorial effort, and it is also spellbindingly weird. It’s all about a homeless troubadour played by Robert Miano, who teaches a couple of rich girls about the important things in life: friendship and selflessness. So it’s kind of a heartwarming anti-capitalist tale, but also there’s weird sketch comedy moments, and also numerous comedy BDSM moments, and a lot of singing and a rock concert at the end. Where do the bikinis fit in? They kind of don’t. It confused the heck out of everyone, that’s for dang sure.
Of course, we talk about the life and times of the legend himself, Jeff Conaway. We talk a lot about Jeff Conaway, but there’s a lot to say about him, so that makes sense. We talk about the big hits, the not so big hits, the leaner years in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, and we talk about his numerous musical projects, most of which are truly awesome. He had a single in 1979 that you have to check out: it’s called City Boy and it’s a straight up killer jam.
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