Science professor Harvey Kirk (David Rabius) has a few problems. His sex-addiction leads him to inappropriate relations with his students and colleagues, his marriage is falling apart because his wife Barbara (Barbara Sharp) suspects what he's up to, and - most interestingly - he's unknowingly under surveillance by an alien race, who are looking for a virile man to travel to their all-female world and ensure that future generation is seeded.
On this level, this movie is pretty much the same as so many other bad sci-fi sex spoofs. But sadly, that's the only level on which there can be any comparison with other sci-fi movies. This is such a terrible movie, there are no real redeeming factors to speak of.
When Barbara's friends try to set him up to prove his infidelity, Harvey (together with Barbara hidden in his car's trunk) is beamed onto the spaceship and informed about his new 'mission'. And when Barbara manages to disguise herself as an alien to rescue her husband, their ability to evade their pursuers on what seems a pretty small ship is laughable.
But enough about the plot, such as it is. The abiding impression of this movie is the cheapness of it all. Some of it deliberate (every now and then, the actors broke character to discuss a lack of resources with the director, or to comment on the flimsiness of the sets or over-use of actors in multiple roles) but most of it is clear even without this on-screen action.
It kinda fails to impress at any level - not least the fact that, for a low-budget sex comedy with a cast of nubile women in relatively skimpy costumes, they didn't even throw in any nudity to make it worth the effort of sitting through eighty minutes plus.