Dr. Snuggles and friends return for episode 67 of your guide to the truly astonishing world of softcore films, and the world’s number one podcast on that subject!
Every few months, we like to continue our chronological look at the career of the one and only Zalman King. We started with the delightful Two Moon Junction, then marvelled at the oddness of Wild Orchid, and this time we try to get our heads around in name only sequel/orphan prostitution period piece/high school drama epic Wild Orchid II: Blue Movie Blue, aka Wild Orchid II: Two Shades of Blue. Even with the added might of guests Cherrybomb and Holly, it’s not entirely clear if we really do manage to work it out. Zalman King is a super weird guy, and he made some super weird movies, and they’re probably not going to get any less weird as we keep looking through them. We definitely don’t work out what Tom Skerritt is doing in the movie. Did Tom Skerritt know what he was doing in this movie? Probably not.
We also focus on the life and career of the great Nina Siemaszko, who plays the titular Blue. She experienced early career success in twin Corey smash hit License to Drive, but then evidently elected to play a character named Blue in a Zalman King movie, which is a thing you could do, I guess. A few months later she shot some scenes for a film called Reservoir Dogs, though she was cut from the film before it was released.
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