You can forget rappers like Too Short, Snoop Dog,
50 Cent, and what these guys have to say about pimpin'. You don't have
the slightest idea until you meet Foster and Dred Burton. Ask the ladies working
at their mansion about their "training program." Now THAT's pimpin'!
aside, railroad tycoon Dred picks up Foster (who's at rock bottom from his lavish
career as a secret serviceman and fellow racketeer). Foster's been given the job
to turn Clair (Dred's granddaughter) into a human sex toy. Along with Clair are
Aisha, Rin, and Leese (as well as a few others).
a serious note; this feminists' nightmare is bitter candy. It rides on the "submissive
maid" theme like a horse; but the plot is slow and dry, and not enough attention
is being paid to on the sex scenes. You get some goodies here and there, but the
moments are just wrong and are drowned out by the constant S&M and Bondage.
Media's release is only four episodes out of the official five. But the second
episode featured a young looking Rin having sex and it's considered a no-no in
our anti-pedophilic society. It leaves out a huge chunk of plot, but there's more
important things for me to complain about than that.