There is a brighter side to all of life's misfortunes, even to a husband losing his wife. Statistics prove that married women far outlive their male counterparts, but maybe more of the testicle brigade would endure if they could look forward to the post-marriage situation of the widower of Malizia (1973). His home, he realizes, still needs a woman's touch; so he hires a female housekeeper. His two sons, downcast and grieving the recent demise of their mother, look up to see the stunning bundle of raw sensuality that their father has hired to live among them and serve them, and immediately dear departed Mama is a fading memory. Good eye, Dad! Now the patriarch's only worry is how to dispose of his sons so he can have the maid all to himself.