Wild Monkees
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When the Monkees fall for a group of biker chicks, they attempt to make themselves look extremely tough to impress the girls. However, they quickly find themselves in a potentially dangerous situation—namely, possible death at the hands of the girls’ half-jilted boyfriends, the Black Angels. If the guys stick around for the bike race, Butch and his men could kill them; if they try to leave, the Angels block their way. And Queenie and her friends aren’t much help, standing up for the Monkees one minute, affirming their love for the Angels the next. Had the boys been more discriminating in their choice of girlfriends, they would not have faced such a frightening problem. "Do not be deceived: ‘Bad company corrupts good character’" (I Corinthians 15:33).

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