Terrance E. McNally
A Southern California girl befriends three furry aliens after their spaceship lands in her swimming pool.
Earth Girls Are Easy is the epitome of an 80s movie on steroids. It’s got the fashion, it’s got the music, it’s got young, sexy Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis. Plus, Jim Carey before anyone knew him and Damon Wayans early in his movie career. It is so crazy and ridiculous it was not a surprise to learn that there were issues behind to scenes with the director.
Valerie, Geena Davis, discovers that her long-term boyfriend/fiancé has been having sex with women that weren’t her. She reacts how every woman would. She “sings” while destroying all of his stuff around the house. She smashes his Commodore PC with a bowling ball rolled down skis. Thankfully for her, horny aliens spot her the next day, sunbathing and crash land on Earth.
The aliens are covered in fur and don’t initially speak English, but after hours of watching TV and gallons of Nair, they’re mostly assimilated into the local culture. Mac, Wiploc, and Zeebo are revealed to be young, attractive men with the hair removed. They have incredibly long tongues and a love touch that consumes the person they touch with affection. They are definitely compatible with humans, and sex with them seems to be out of this world. *smirk* Basically, human men would not stand a chance if these aliens decided to take over.
Thankfully(?), that’s not their end goal. They just want their ship dried out and ready to take off, which happens after a few musical numbers, armed robbery, arrests, and a close encounter with a medical professional. As they fly off, Valerie fights off the love touched advances of her ex to tell Mac she wants to go with him. Since he’s her, Mr. Right, he, of course, takes her. I assume that Wiploc and Zeebo continue to be sexually frustrated until they make it back to their homeworld since Valeria cock blocked them at every opportunity.