Pamela is the voice of Erotica Jones, a dancer at the local strip club, who always has time for her friends such as Persephone, a fellow stripper who is dating conjoined twins. But when duty calls Erotica becomes Stripperella an agent for T.H.U.G.G. and a superhero who fends off nasty villains such as Dr. Cesarean, a plastic surgeon whose evil plans involve giving unexpected women explosive breast implants made of nitroglycerin; Cheapo, a super-villain on a budget who makes his henchman share a gun; and Pushy Galore, a former genetic physicist who has learned to breed animals with designer logos on their skin and makes designer knockoffs out of her ex-husbands. Stripperella has the ability to float to safety from tall distances courtesy of her enhanced hair. Watch out for her patented move Scissor-ella which allows her to knock-out bad guys with her thighs (think Famke Jannsen as Xenia Onatopp in the James Bond film Goldeneye). If she allows you to touch her breasts then look out for ...
Fighting crime. Saving the world. Pole dancing. All in a night's work.
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Why do you hate models so much?
Why? Because my whole life, beautiful girls have spurned my advances. I vowed that one day I would make them all pay.
So just because ...
Also, my mother was a model. She ran off when I was five. I declared then and *there* that I would make all models pay.
Well but even if you could ...
[interrupting her again
Also, I once had a promising career as a model. I had a scholarship to go to modeling college and everything. But then, I became ...
The series pilot, "Beauty and the Obese", was first released as a 1/2-hour single episode and then as a longer 2-part episode with new footage. New stuff includes:
- PART ONE -- 1. A slightly longer opening sequence on the model's runway where a skinny audience members mumbles "I both love it and I hate it" before the first model blimps up.
- 2. In the first Tender Loins sequence, there is new footage starting with a conversation with the bartender and Persephone about her new boyfriend, whose brother she is going to meet. The boyfriend shows up and his brother is revealed to be his Siamese twin with an inexplicable British accent and snooty, patrician attitude. The manager then panics because Erotica hasn't shown up for work. This segues into a sequence where Erotica as Stripperella (This is Stripperella's (And Erotica's)first appearance in the two-parter, NOT the reveal of Erotica as she starts her act in the Tender Loins, as it is in the single episode version) rescues a baby from the lion's pit at a zoo. Giving the baby to its mother she is thanked but griped at because she destroyed the baby's heirloom blanket. She then talks to the zoo-keeper about moving the lion's pit to a place farther from the kids play area. She continues to give a lecture about increasing the lion's pit size before looking at her watch and realizing that she is late for work. Then we see a sign on the front of the Tender Loins advertising "The Best Cervix in Town!" The original footage picks up here. This whole sequence lasts for about 2 1/2 minutes.
- 3. When Stripperella enters Flinderman's en route to FUGG headquarters, new footage has her stop to admire a shoe sale before her navel ring beeper beeps again, causing her to continue running to the secret door to the headquarters.
- 4. After another model blimps up at the Stiffy Woods concert video, new footage shows a scene in the Tender Loins as Persephone is talking with her boyfriend. It starts when Persephone eats a Marcino cherry, revealing that she is able to do origami with her tongue when she works the stem and makes a miniature model of the Eiffel Tower. Her boyfriend is impressed, but the snotty Brit wannabe Siamese bother asks her if she learned that trick at "whore school". The date continues until the boyfriend chokes. Persephone performs the Heimlich maneuver, explaining that lots of strippers choke when they grab dollar bills with their teeth. The Brit wannabe remarks sarcastically about the anecdote, resulting in an argument. This lasts a little over a minute.
- 5. The scene introducing Dr. Cesearean is extended when he makes the joke about seeing Enorma "in the obituary column!" The original scene ended when he went back into his office, whereas the new one continues with him laughing maniacally in his office as the the camera pulls out and reveals his waiting room filled with shocked onlookers. This ends with a "To Be Continued".
- 6. The "Next on Stripperella" segment shows footage from Part Two, including a scene showing the Siamese twins fighting each other.
- PART ONE runs for about 22 minutes without commercial.
Referenced in Nostalgia Critic: Hulk