The cartoon follows a beautiful woman with read hair. In each episode, she goes about her business, her attractiveness inadvertently causing any/all males in the area to get sexually aroused, especially when she (either inadvertently or otherwise) exposes herself. Expect many wild takes to ensue from said males.
The series was released on October 17th, 1991.
Lolita Lolita provides examples of:
- Animate Inanimate Object: Lolita has actually gotten rises out of objects like her exercise bike.
- Aside Glance: The old guy at the museum looks to the audience a couple of times. First when he gets an idea, and second when his latest picture doesn't get the reaction he wants from Lolita.
- I Didn't Mean to Turn You On: Lolita is rarely (if ever) aware that she's sexually arousing every man who sees her. She just goes about her business, and ends up showing off something that catches some guy's eye.
- Mistaken for Undead: In one episode, a burglar breaks into Lolita's house one night. Lolita wakes up, sees him, and pulls her bed covers over her head to hide from him. The burglar sees her, mistakes her for a ghost, and gets so frightened he flies out of her house in terror.
- Public Exposure: Lolita is doing nude modeling for a sculptor in episode 34, but the artist (a gay stereotype) ends up doing a male statue.
- Santa Claus: He shows up in "Fireplace", in Lolita's... fireplace. He ends up so entranced in watching Lolita that he stays in the chimney even after Lolita lights a fire to warm up. He flies out of the chimney with his buttocks on fire.