Dumb as a stump comedy acts as a sequel to 1991's Ski School which was, in itself, an 80's comedy made a few years too late. Ski School 2 brings back master of sarcasm Dean Cameron, hair thinning and future not-so-bright, to the ski slopes where he was once a victor. Now, however, things have turned decidedly grim for the first film's hero as the love of his life is inheriting the ski resort and marrying a total sleaze. Various shenanigans ensue, and you're treated to some lukewarm comedy made much more palatable by some very, very nice looking ladies. As "Beth," lovely Heather Campbell doesn't show off much beyond her quick demonstration of her wedding night negligee, but thankfully the rest of the actresses in the movie aren't nearly as bashful. Though Wendy Hamilton completely steals the show with multiple topless scenes, an early appearance (in a hard-hat no less) by Shannon Lee Brown is memorable as are some quick looks at the various gals visiting Cameron's lothario best friend who are credited (in order) as Patty Kuprys, Denisa Ronzani and Carrie-Lee Alhassan.
April is a fashion designer who is in a design contest and is determined to win. Her main competitor is childhood acquaintance Danny. Both of them will do whatever it takes to win the contest including sleeping with influential people. When a major clothing company boss is found dead, April is the prime suspect and she must find a way to clear her name and find the real killer.