The Mistress Club After discovering that their husbands have been carrying on extramarital affairs, three vengeful women, Stephanie, Gwen and Trudy engage in their own adulterous activities – by Gwen’s suggestion by opening THE MISTRESS CLUB that caters to married women who want a little something on the side. The seduction is the name of the game and forbidden sex is the natural outcome. Revenge has never been sexier.
Sexy Script Serves Up Sexy Performances
The Mistress Club Shauna O’Brien portrays Stephanie, a loving wife who returns home to find her husband in bed with another woman.
Griffin Drew and Kira Reed portray her married friends who have also learned of their own husband’s infidelity (Griffin reveals that she had caught her husband with another woman some time ago and then explains her proven strategy of how they should all fight back). She tells them that instead of getting divorced, they should each get even by doing the same thing to their husbands that their husbands did to them. She proclaims, `Your marriage isn’t over, it’s just entering a new phase.’ She cleverly admits that while she wanted to leave her cheating husband `It’s much more fun spending all of his money’ and forcing him to `work himself to the ground’ trying to keep up with all of her expenses.
They decide to get back at their cheating husbands by forming a `Mistress Club’ guided by Griffin’s main rules:
1. Since their husbands cheated, so can they. But instead of being used, they become the users. 2. Stay in shape because if you are going to become a mistress, then you’ll want to be a desirable mistress. 3. Videotape your affair and then make your husband suffer by having him watch it `in living color.’ 4. Never get involved with the lover and choose men who are either `old and married or young and stupid.’ (One of Griffin’s funniest lines in the movie).
After finalizing their rules, they each choose a target (Kira selects her husband’s law partner and Shauna chooses a `beef cake’ calendar model).
What happens throughout the remaining parts of the movie can best be described as pure viewing pleasure.