"Sonny Boy" Richardson has finally come home from Vietnam where he has spent the last ten years as a "Missing In Action" statistic. Anxiously awaiting his arrival, are his Mother Veranda; his Father Cleotus; his two sisters Valdesta and Theodora, who were just babies when he went away; his Uncle Elston; and his Uncle's extremely attractive daughter Samantha. The Richardsons are a very close-knit family, but little do any of them realize just how close they really are until it comes time for them to welcome "Sonny Boy" back into the fold. And, while the two men have open minds about the home-coming festivities, neither of them are against getting some of the left-over action. Overwhelmed by all of this attention, "Sonny Boy" confides in Jodi, a life-size, cocoa-colored latex doll that had kept him company during his long nights of imprisonment. Finally, in a carnal-confrontation with Veranda, the secrets of "Black Taboo" are laidbare-secrets that strongly justify "Sonny Boy's" final sentiment that "Sometimes the thought is dirtier than the deed"!