Gina Lynn has a strong suspicion that her husband is cheating on her. She has no 'real' evidence but is angry and hurt, anyway. If she were just more like her sexually deviant sister she could teach a lesson to her husband that he would never forget. Her psychiatrist suggests she do just that? find someone she's attracted to and have an affair herself! After she has a roll with her next door neighbor, much to his delight, she does a dance of seduction for her therapist that even her sister would be jealous of. Back at the doctor's office we find that the session is over? but? what? Who? Who is the therapist and who's the patient? Who really has the 'INNER VISION'?"