Wherever grown men gather to whine away the remains of the day in the supportive company of one another, be they in lock-down wards, drunk tanks, or Promise Keeper cells, a recurring figure of blame is dear old Dad. The old man is taken to task for being mostly unavailable and harsh when he was around. Pop just never knew how to show his love; it wasn't his fault, but he didn't do us any good with his neglect and abuse. Why couldn't he have caught a screening of My Tutor (1983) and its titular heroine as played by brazenly nurturing blonde Caren Kaye? Caren's onscreen appearances formed a long and illustrious span both before and after she played the part of a seductive pedagogue hired by a rich man to deepen the knowledge of his callow son. Candy-lipped Kaye's skin-rich My Tutor lessons in love created a serious and lasting epidemic of father envy in those of us who were brought up by lesser men.