Wendy (Ledford) and Alan (Daddo) Barnet are a quiet, upper-middle class couple with two children who are stuck in a rut. In order to spice up their sex life they decide to place an ad in a swingers magazine. From among the many replies they receive they arrange to meet a couple, at the Zebra Lounge, Jack and Louise Bauer (Baldwin and Swanson) whom they like instantly. After a night of spouse-swapping, the spark in the Barnet's marriage returns and they want nothing more to do with the other couple.
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However the Bauers won't take no for an answer. They deliberately insinuate their way into the life of the Barnets by moving next door and becoming "Uncle Jack" and "Aunt Louise" to the couple's kids. When a co-worker of Alan's, with whom he is competing for the same promotion, is found murdered, Alan fears that Jack Bauer is behind it. The Barnets soon come to the frightening conclusion that the Bauers will not go away willingly and they will have to take matters into their own hands to make them leave them alone- for good.
The review of this Movie prepared by Patti Illsley