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They feel they’ve trapped someone who aimlessly wandered into their den; a deer, helpless against the oncoming parade of headlights that are the precursor to a deadly crash. The arrogant, yet beautiful Jacquelyn Velvets and Lila Adaire circle around their “prey”, agent Sparrow, who calmly stands her ground. The Thugette clones taunt and verbally prod her, but Sparrow continues her casual warnings as she understands that the window of opportunity for them to get away unscathed is closing by the second. The two circling wrestlers decide its going to be easy defeating their isolated foe, especially with the two of them attacking at the same time… unfortunately they don’t hear the window snapping shut behind them (metaphorically)

Jacquelyn Velvets and Lila Adaire charge at Sparrow who calmly steps back and lets her two assailants smash into each other to daze them enough to need only kisses blown at them to send them crashing to the ground unconscious. The screen fades out as we watch Sparrow flex and show off her relatively easy victory, signalling this was going to be a long day for the clones…

We fade back in, hearing the sounds of a vicious fight off screen. Punches and kicks, oofs and ow’s echo from the back room as Lila Adaire stumbles out and falls to the ground unconscious, as soon after Jacquelyn Velvets does the same. Sparrow steps out from the back room, again victorious, and poses with her foot on top of the stacked up clones.

The rumors start to make their way through the compound as other Jacquelyn and Lila clones discuss the “fire haired monster” that is destroying other clones in other rooms in the compound. Suddenly, they feel a tap on their shoulders and turn to see that fire haired monster staring right back at them. Stunned, and a little afraid, the two combatants take a double punch to the face from Sparrow, as she knocks them both out quickly, notching yet another victory on her scorecard.

We fade into a very different scenario, as it seems the clones were prepared for Sparrow this time as Lila holds her arms as Jacquelyn taunts her. The tenor changes quickly though when Sparrow sends a double leg kick to Jacquelyn, who flies across the room and bangs against the wall. Sparrow reveals she was playing possum, and follows up her double leg kick with a fast snap mare to Lila, who barely has enough time to react before Sparrow wrenches her arm around her neck in a tight sleeper hold. Lila gasps, groans and chokes as she is sent off to dreamland quickly. Sparrow walks over to Jacquelyn and applies the same throat crunching, windpipe squeezing treatment, as she looks down at and enjoys watching Jacquelyn struggle in her sleeperhold grip until she passes out.

Every strategy the clones attempt to come up with is spoiled and thwarted by the supremely talented Sparrow. The agent defeats her clone counterparts with knockout gas, punches to the face, kicks to the face, knightstick hits to the head, “off switch” frozen limp play and temple pressure point ko’s. After every victory Sparrow poses her clone victims on top of one another, as she racks up knockouts with nerve pinches, gunplay, limp play, and double punches to the face. This tiny terrorizer of torment finishes all the clones in as efficient and enjoyable a way as possible, or does she? This scalding hot sequence of clone defeats even comes ripe with an alternative ending.


Length: 20 min

Price: 18.99