This was made when raunchy sex comedies actually had a lot of gratuitous nudity instead of the modern equivalent of a scene or two. The film presupposes a world where everyone working in Washington D.C. is incompetent and sex crazy. Some people will find that funny, I do not. It does give an excuse for lots and lots of nudity, but added with the juvenile humor being passed off as satire I couldn't quite enjoy it. But the film should at least remain in print as a reminder how the genre used to be before conservative Hollywood won out.