Take a trip down Poinsettia Lane where the husbands will play while the wives are away. Coco LaChine's satire brings us the story of Poinsettia Lane, a suburban oasis that is shocked when one of it's residents, Marc Youngman, commits suicide. The flirting begins at Marc's memorial service when his best friend and single father David Bayer (Kyle Lewis) asks Ed Bailey (Joshua Adams), the hot new plumber who just moved into the neighborhood, to come over and "clean his pipes." The next day the two meet poolside where Ed takes care of David's plumbing needs and shows him the true meaning of customer service. While David is busy laying pipe with Ed, his neighbors Ben Campbell (Collin O'Neal) and Bill Smith (Ben Damon) are getting together. Bill tells Ben that David thinks the guys need to get together to talk about a disturbing note he found among Marc's things. However, Ben would rather get into a little role-play with Bill and he forces the stud to his knees and quickly turns Bill into his boy toy. At the home of trophy husband and swim coach Carlos Salazar (Kent Larson), his wealthy older wife is away shopping and his mother is passed out on the sofa from drinking a bit too much Baileys with her coffee. This gives Carlos the perfect opportunity to get things on with his hunky gardener John (Stetson Gable). When David's son Joseph Bayer (Chad Savage) drops in on the coach he joins in on the action with John and then gets a piece of his old swim coach. Meanwhile, at the home of Mrs. Herbert, the neighborhood gossip, Marc's window Brad Savage (Brad Benton) has stopped off to return a plate she loaned him. Brad doesn't find Mrs. Herbert when he gets there, but instead the go-go boy she's rented a room out to, Nick Sheridan (Justin Wells). Fresh out of the shower, it doesn't take much to make Nick lose his towel and when it comes off the two studs are quick to jump on one another's hot bodies.
Class No. 7476200B