"You beg for mercy, while the cries of six millions innocents still ring in your ears? They are waiting for you!"
B-Movie: An all-girl band of hippies and their producer head to Hollywood to collect on some old inheritance where they get lucky and make it big before falling in with the wrong crowd and quickly slip into a life of sleaze and decadence. We're talking 2 weeks here.
Cool Car: A Rolls Royce. Just ask Ashley St. Ives.
Date Rape: Harris has sex with Casey when he was drunk and she was stoned, resulting in her getting pregnant. While Casey gets quite angry at Harris the next morning (something he's confused about), she doesn't seem to think of it as rape per se, although Roxanne (who has ulterior motives), does.
Death by Sex: Casey, Lance, Roxanne, Z-Man. Subverted with Baxter, Emerson, Harris, Kelly, Susan, Pet.
Dolled-Up Installment: Inverted. This was meant to be a true sequel to the original Valley of the Dolls, but the original author wasn't happy about not being involved in its production, thus sued the studio.
Gorn: S&M decapitation, headshots at close range, stabbing a Nazi to death with a sword at the beach.
In Name Only: Has nothing to do with the original Valley of the Dolls novel/film. In fact some have suggested the title of the film should be "Beyond The Valley of the Dolls" - i.e. the film is going beyond the themes and topics of the book and film.
Running Gag: After Harris is paralyzed they poke fun at him with unintentionally funny dialogue, showing him struggling to get into a wheelchair during the climactic final battle, and the bizarre river-crossing-on-crutches scene during the ending.