Dexter and Sheldon are two strike-out kings when they try to score with sexy girls. One day, when they’re watching a video, Dexter decides he knows what to do to solve this problem.
“Create my own girl,” Dexter says. “Science can make it happen. Human beings are matter. Matter is energy solidified. Direct the right kind of pure energy into your own template and it would take the form of whoever you wanted. Theoretically.”
“You’re crazy, Sheldon retorts. “Let’s just go to a strip club. Or we could telephone a couple of hookers and get our nuts busted. The folks are out of town.”
“No, it can be done. I think so. Just help me out with this.”
Cut to much later.
The room filled with electrical and PC equipment. Laser lights and sparks fill the room. Dexter and Sheldon are in lab coats and eye-wear fiddling with buttons. The boys crouch over a table with a doll dressed in the outfit Mandy will appear in. The boys have bras on their heads. Electrical energy between electrodes spark over the doll. Two bolts of energy coming from the doll hit the guys and they fall back. They get up and see in the smoky doorway, a shadowy figure. The doll is gone. In its place is Mandy (Daphne Rosen) dressed like the doll.
“Now that you’ve brought me here, what are we going to do now?” Mandy asks.