The magic pelvis
Maybe Johnny’s just a product of his time. Sure, he thrives on a steady diet of MILF, but he’s also a man raised in the ‘50s, when rock idols constantly sang of hooking up with 16-year-olds and Jerry Lee Lewis made a big show of marrying his teenage cousin. He saw the raw power of rock and roll and its ability to unleash long-dormant sexual impulses in the masses... and he harnessed it into that sweet, sweet Swayze pelvis.
We first get a glimpse of Johnny’s pelvic sorcery (to borrow a phrase from Guardians of the Galaxy) when he starts playing the schlong con on Baby, but it’s at the very end of the film, during the climax, that he truly unleashes his powers.
After his mighty leap from the stage following the big dance routine, he hits the ground, turns to the crowd, and hump-dances in their general direction. The fellow staffers, hypnotized, immediately spring into a highly choreographed dance, as if Michael Jackson threw the dance magic of Moonwalker at them. The old folks all get up and begin bumping and grinding. The floor of Kellerman’s was probably like a gigantic luxury Slip 'N Slide.
But the real kicker? Baby’s dad approaches Johnny and apologizes to him. He stares at him, dazed, and says he’s sorry for thinking that Johnny was the one who knocked Penny up. He makes no mention of the fact that this dude has been banging his daughter on the reg for days, despite Baby telling him. That, friends, is the power of the pelvic sorcery. He has hypnotized every single guest at the resort. Baby never stood a chance