'ET' Spotlights 'Dirty Facts of Life'

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Mainstream news program "Entertainment Tonight" took a look at Abigail Productions' new release, "The Dirty Facts of Life," which is scheduled to air tonight. Lead performers Jordan Kingsley, Jada Fire and Lindsey Meadows and director Oran Cohen were interviewed for the segment.

"It was the ideal time to do a spoof," director Oren Cohen said. "To my knowledge there hasn't been another lesbian parody."

The video, in classic sitcom fashion, involves the girls at the now-all-lesbian girls' school overhearing a conversation between the headmistress and a plumber and, fearing that she may be turning heterosexual, take turns seducing her.

Writer Lee Roy Myers, who came to adult from mainstream, has also written scripts for Adam & Eve, New Sensations, ASM and Sparta.

"I’m looking for some new opportunities to offer my porn-with-mainstream-appeal scripts to other studios on my wish list," Myers said. "But the way the first scripts have gone, I’m pretty sure my Emmy nomination will be announced shortly.”

"The Dirty Facts of Life" was directed by Oren Cohen and stars Raquel Devine, Jordan Kingsley, Jada Fire, Annabelle Lee, Lindsey Meadows and Lexi Bardot. The video was produced by Abigail Productions and is distributed by GFD Distribution.

"Entertainment Tonight" is produced and distributed by CBS Television Distribution and syndicated to local stations nationwide. Check the "Entertainment Tonight" website for channel and time.

The segment can be seen here.