Sex and the Single Alien (it was apparently shown back in that era on HBO, Cinemax and the USA network), rest easy. A brand new version of the film, remade by its writer/director Peter Daskaloff, hits theaters (or at least a theater) this week. Nowhere near as goofy and delightful as Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same (the film it maybe most resembles simply in its subject matter of space aliens and sex/romance), SEX AND THE SINGLE ALIEN (2015) is still something of a one-off (actually, a two-off) in that it apparently mimics the earlier movie in just about every way except in its cast and the time period in which it was shot. I suppose you could say it comes somewhat close to that ill-advised, frame-for-frame remake of Psycho -- except that it has nowhere near the starry cast of either version, nor the film-making sophistication.
Heather Sims, below), during which scientists try to get to the bottom of what is going on.
Roberta Sparta, above -- who plays a character called "Thousand Ways" and is, as you might suspect, something more than she seems on the surface.