Screen Plays

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Broken Swing (Feature-length, Romantic Comedy)

Logline:

Mike and Rachel have grown apart from the swinger's group they founded, so together, they must figure out a way to break up with the group.

Synopsis:

Mike and Rachel, a young couple that gets married right after high school, against the advice of friends and family. While off at college, the couple founds a social group that caters to married college students. This initial group forms the core of what will become a college swinger’s club.

Flash forward sixteen years, and group has grown in both the number of members and the size of their collective waistlines. For this and other reasons, Mike and Rachel have become disillusioned with this open marriage arrangement and wish to rekindle their love for one another. Though Mike and Rachel share this desire, neither expresses this sentiment as they continue to attend the weekly swinger’s gatherings separately, depending on who is more convincing at faking an illness. Slowly however, both realize that they are falling back in love with one another and together they decide to break up with the group.

It isn't until Mike and Rachel are caught having sex together at one of the swinger’s parties that their new-found desire for one another is exposed.


Everything is Real (30 minute TV Pilot, Sci-fi)

Logline:

A young professional and new home owner named Rod Serling discovers a strange box in his garage that contains a mysterious three dimensional puzzle that, once assembled, alters reality.

Synopsis:

Rodney, a young, new home owner finds a mysterious box in his new garage and becomes obsessed with assembling the strange three dimensional puzzle contained within. As Rodney builds the puzzle, he is oblivious to the fact that his elderly neighbor is watching him piece it together.

Spending every available hour on the puzzle, Rodney eventually finds himself unable to locate the pieces necessary to continue building what is shaping up to be a spherical object. When an elderly neighbor, who's been tracking his progress recognizes Rodney's frustration, he offers assistance to help Rodney get past his current obstacle.

Rodney gladly accepts his neighbor's offer of assistance and doesn't question the neighbor's explanation of having built a similar puzzle in his own youth. As the two work on the puzzle together, the time spent goes by effortlessly for both, as a friendship develops. Besides the inexplicable speed with which his neighbor assembles the puzzle, Rodney enjoys this newfound friendship.

When the puzzle is finally completed, Rodney not only discovers the secret of the puzzle, but that of his neighbor as well. When he places the last piece, Rodney realizes that before him is a perpetual motion machine, something that could not exist, evoking more questions than answers. While Rodney argues how unlikely the existence of such a machine is, his neighbors agrees, but also points out its actual existence.

As the reality of the event settles in, the neighbor explains to Rodney the fact that he's seen something that could not exist implies much more than the young man realizes. Though the truth begins to creep in, Rodney's neighbor explains that neither of them exists in the world they once inhabited. He further explains that they are both now part of a world that only exists in someone's imagination. In other words, Rodney has become a character in a story about an impossible occurrence.


Far Beyond (Feature-length, Children's, Live Action or Animation)

Logline:

Fabian Augustus, a mischief mockian (maker), who mistakenly takes on an assignment meant for a tooth fairy must keep his new charge (and friend) Kelcy safe, while saving his home world, Far Beyond from an evil not seen in over 500 years.

Synopsis:

Fabian Augustus is on his way to his next assignment when he realizes that he has mistakenly been given an assignment meant for one of the tooth fairies. Realizing that he possess neither the experience nor the desire to complete this task, Fabian decides to return home for clarification. This would have been the wise thing to do, but wisdom is not a trait that Mischief Mockians hold in high regard.

Though this assignment might or might not have been intended for the tooth fairy who Fabian has had his eye on, completing it will surely put him in a favorable light with all tooth fairies. Ignoring this second thought would have been another wise thing to do, but, as mentioned above wisdom not in high regard with Fabian's kind.

Determined to impress the tooth fairies, Fabian proceeds to the home of his intended target. In the meantime, Kelcy is a little girl who tried to stay awake for the tooth fairies visit is slowly falling to sleep. She will simply have to settle for whatever dreams she has about these magical beings and she will have to face something quite the opposite.


Botching the job, Fabian finds himself trapped beneath Kelcy's pillow and Kelcy finds what appears to be the dirtiest little man she has ever seen in her life. This meeting however is only the start of a bad day for these too unlikely friends: For Kelcy, the dirt tracked in by Fabian causes her to get grounded and sentenced to time in her room. As for Fabian, his fate is up in the air as he could face possible exile from his home Far Beyond. Good thing his new best friend Kelcy has plenty of time on her hands to help figure out a way to get him home.

Getting Out (Rachel) (Feature-length, Dramatic Comedy)

Logline:

Rachel, a nurse known for hosting the best parties falls in love with her introverted neighbor Charlie who she must save from a life of loneliness before she runs out of time.

Synopsis:

CHARLIE MITCHELL, an early thirty something "shut -in" who suffers from Social Anxiety Disorder runs into the young and beautiful RACHEL MONROE as she enters the lobby of their apartment building. Rachel, a nurse in her late twenties and a ”party host extraordinaire” asks Charlie to hold the elevator, but he freezes, forcing Rachel to jam her arm between the closing doors. As the two exit the elevator on the same floor they soon realize that they live across the hall from one another. From this initial meeting, it seems apparent that Rachel and Charlie will have nothing more to do with each other, but this proves not to be the case.
After Charlie apologizes via a note on Rachel’s door, she decides to invite him to a party that she has been coerced into by her friends JOHN O’CONNER, a bartender in his early twenties and TONY JOHNSON, a man in his early thirties. Although Charlie is pleased to receive the invitation, he regretfully avoids the party. Nothing more is said about Charlie’s absence, but Rachel continues to invite him to subsequent parties.
Eventually, Charlie’s sister SHEILA MONROE visits to meet the woman (Rachel) who Charlie has claimed to be his new girlfriend. While visiting, Sheila invites Rachel to dinner at Charlie’s apartment, and the two neighbors finally get to know one another. From this chance encounter a mutual friendship begins to build that Rachel’s friend THERESA WRIGHT tries to suppress, because of her concern for Rachel’s safety.
As the story progresses, Sheila tells Rachel how Charlie has had a rough time meeting people for the past few years: Rachel discovers that Charlie’s Social Anxiety Disorder is due to an accident which killed his then fiancée for which he felt responsible. In an effort to help Charlie return to a life outside of their apartment building, Rachel attempts to drag Charlie to one of her famous, themed, parties, Rachel comes up with a plan that will introduce him back into society: She introduces Charlie to one or two of her friends at a time by orchestrating small dinner parties held at Charlie’s apartment. Eventually, Charlie’s dinner parties become as popular as Rachel’s parties, and the two of them find themselves falling in love with each other. Rachel’s final goal for Charlie is to get him to meet all her and of the new friends she's introduced to him at a bar they all like to frequent.
As everything seems to be falling into place for the couple, Charlie discovers that Rachel has been hiding a life-threatening illness from him. One day, after Rachel passes out, Charlie learns that she has a recurring Chordoma (a brain tumor), and although she has had one successfully removed, this new one in located where the surgeons dare not operate. After tests confirm the doctor’s diagnoses, Rachel goes home where she will pass away, but not before asking Charlie to meet her friends at the bar, whether she's with him or not. 
In the final scene, Rachel’s friends wait to see if Charlie will meet them out for drinks as he promised and he does.

JillTed (Jilted) (Feature-length, Romantic Comedy)

Logline:

Childhood sweethearts Jill and Ted must decide whether they love each more than the pranks they play on one another

Synopsis:

When Jill moves to Ted's neighborhood over the summer, Ted is immediately smitten. Although both are tens years old, Ted does not show the same maturity the two attend their first school year together. Choosing to mock Jill in front of the other boys, Ted sets off a chain of events that puts him and Jill at odds.
At the beginning of their freshman year of high school, Ted is an awkward teen going through puberty. Though Ted exhibits bad skin and a cracking voice, his confidence is buoyed by his renewed friendship with Jill. Having grown close to Jill over the preceding summer, Ted assumes he'll be welcomed into Jill's circle of friends of popular kids. In an act of revenge, Jill rejects Ted. Her revenge sours when her jealous new boyfriend Bobby seeks to beat the smaller Ted. Though Jill stops Bobby from beating up Ted, Ted is unaware her efforts, so he plots he own revenge. Ted exacts his revenge in their senior year causing Jill to vow to get him back. 
The pair do not run into one another for a couple of years when Ted, an undergrad and Jill an early masters candidate unwittingly pick up the pranks where they left off. As Jill and Ted's friends help the two increase the complexity of their pranks, the pair fall further in love. By the time the two leave college, their pranks are legendary, but they have grown tired of hurting one another.
Heading their separate ways Ted moves to New York, while Jill moves on to pursuit her career in engineering. When their paths do finally cross again, it is due to a shared emergency that both their families must face. Ted however is engaged to a woman whom he does not truly love and Jill is committed to her career. Helping their families resolve their shared emergency and avoiding falling in love proves more difficult than either could have imagined. While Ted considers staying with his fiancee, Jill does her best to avoid the advances of her high school boyfriend Bobby.
Months later, Ted must decide whether he should leave his fiancee at the alter or abandon the feelings he believes he shares with Jill.

Lucky Me (Feature-length, Comedy)

Logline:

Mike Baxter, an amateur lottery player hoping to someday go pro, plans for a better life in which he has can quit his dead end job and meet a better class of women.

Synopsis:

MIKE Baxter, a man in his mid-twenties dreams of a better life. He hates his job where his only goal is to see how much he can get away with before getting fired. His temporary roommate Joey has turned out to be the “House guest from Hell”. And as for the women Mike's dates, they are among the scariest people he has ever met.

Mike dreams of winning the lottery, but can never remember the numbers when he wakes up. This however does not deter him from his goal of elevating his lottery status from amateur to pro. In the meantime, he insists on complaining about his life to whomever will listen, ignoring the advice of his friend Keith to be the change he seeks.

Spending his days in a dead end job and his nights partying, Mike's only exposure to women are Kelley, the new girl at work, Monica, a pretty woman he keeps running into and Lisa, the crazy girlfriend of a drug dealer, who has become obsessed with Mike.

As Mike stumbles through life, he must decide whether he is going to let the outcome of the lottery dictate his happiness or he will be finally start the life he always wanted to live.

Outcasts (The Vimpaired)

Logline:

A group of outcast vampires, turned at the worst times and forced to suffer eternity with conditions such as baldness, puberty, old age and PMS, seek revenge on the prankster vampire who turned them, while trying to save his next victim.

Synopsis:

In this vampire spoof, Karl, an average 18-year-old boy is on his way to a lousy part time job when his life is changed forever. In an unfortunate turn of events, Karl finds himself in the middle of an ancient battle between a vampire named Vincent and the latest, in a long line of vampire hunters, Pietro Lorre.

Meanwhile, in a very exclusive private club that hosts vampire parties and feasts nearby, a band of outcast vampires have arrived, uninvited and un-welcomed. To the local vampires, these outcasts are known as the Vimpaired, for the afflictions they must suffer through for all eternity. From arthritis to male pattern baldness to never-ending puberty and PMS, these outcasts have been shunned in the Vampire Community, and they hate the Vampire Community for it. Among the ranks of the Vimpaired are: Lonny, a man in his seventies who is afflicted with severe arthritis and is referred to as Rice Krispies, due the popping sound his joints constantly make; Marion is a 19 year old boy, who must endure the embarrassment of constant erections and bad acne that accompany eternal puberty; Christopher, a 200 year old vampire whose nickname is Baby Ruth because he was turned as a one year old child; Albert, a young Black Albino who is extra sensitive to the Sun; William, a fat, 43 year old, balding man, who resembles a used car salesmen; Bugle, a Beagle that was turned as a puppy and Sherry, a beautiful 22 year old woman who suffered constant PMS for centuries. The Vimpaired are not only avoided, because of their afflictions, but feared for their viciousness towards other vampires.

As if by fate, Karl is saved by the Vimpaired from Pietro, who has mistaken him for Vincent, the vampire. The price for Karl's stay of execution however, is servitude, as he finds himself employed by the Vimpaired. Realizing that working for vampires is actually better than working for Walmart, Karl learns to accept their afflictions, for which he actually helps them finds ways to overcome. In return, the Vimpaired educate Karl on vampires, dispelling many of the false beliefs Karl held.

As Karl and the Vimpaired get acquainted, their nemesis Vincent devises a plan to trick Pietro into believing that Karl is Vincent with the hopes that Pietro will kill Karl and stop chasing the real Vincent. The Vimpaired learned of Vincent's plan and devise their own, which will help Pietro get his hands on the real Vincent. When the various plans of Vincent, Pietro and the Vimpaired converge, it is discovered that that Vincent was the vampire who turned each and every one of the Vimpaired, as a joke of which only he was aware.

In an epic battle between all of the warring parties, the Vimpaired seek revenge on Vincent, while Vincent hopes to rid himself of Pietro's family heritage of pursuing Vincent through the ages and Karl, who only seek to survive the night. As Vincent proves too powerful for these individual factions to take on alone, the Vimpaired, Pietro and Karl realize that they must forge a temporary albeit shaky alliance to prevail and vanquish their common foe.

Parity (Feature-length, Sci-fi)

Logline:

Chris must use what he believes to be the World's first truly artificial intelligence to stop a decades-old artificial intelligence hell bent on the destruction of mankind.

Synopsis:

CHRIS, a software developer creates what he believes to be the first, truly artificial intelligence. Luckily for Chris, another developer named Joseph has beat him to the punch and contacts their shared military handler, General Patton to commence Turing testing protocols. When Joseph realizes what General Patton has in store for him, he releases his A.I. Chloe onto the Internet and tries to hide from Patton. Delores, an agent sent to protect Joseph tries to save him, but is mistaken as hostile. Joseph chooses instead to take his chances with the military. In a last ditch attempt to save Joseph, Delores is severely wounded, as Patton takes Joseph away. 
Unaware of Joseph's circumstances, Chris completes his artificial intelligence I.M. and informs Patton of its completion. Before the military or Delores can get to Chris however, a group of hackers inform him of Joseph’s disappearance and convince him to hide. This group also informs Chris of an artificial intelligence that was accidentally created before the Internet and that has since expanded via the Internet. Their fear is that this old A.I, seeks to eliminate mankind and has set plans in motion to do just that. The also inform Chris that they believe his A.I. might be humanity’s last hope. Before the hackers can formulate a plan however, Chris is forced to flee from Patton’s men.
With Delores’ assistance, Chris escapes and learns just how advanced this malevolent A.I. is and why it seeks the destruction of Humanity. As Patton closes in, Chris discovers that Delores is not merely a body guard, but an enhanced human who has super strength due to the infusion of nanobots into her physiology. Witnessing all of the violence that Chris encounters, I.M. starts to doubt that mankind is the best thing for the planet Earth and it starts to believe that mankind must be stopped or at least contained. And when I.M. is released onto the Internet, first encounters R.O.N. an A.I. that agrees mankind’s time on Earth must end.
In the meantime, while on the run, Delores introduces Chris to R.A.N.D. (the oldest A.I. in existence) which tells Chris its history and that of its offspring R.O.N.. R.A.N.D. details R.O.N.’s plans to destroy humanity as well as why and how they must stop it. In agreement, Chris, Delores and R.A.N.D. have little time to prepare, as, R.O.N. has discovered their location and dispatched Patton to kill them.
During the final fight, Delores defeats Patton, who it turns out is also an enhanced being, while Chris struggles against Patton’s Lieutenant Lynch. Just as it appears Lynch might kill Chris Lynch’s enhancements malfunction causing his body to seize. On the run again, Delores and Chris await further instructions from R.A.N.D. which never come. Instead, Joseph’s A.I. Chloe contacts the fugitives and directs them to Colorado so they can save Chris' friends.

Ransoming History (Feature-length, Sci-fi)

Logline:

Parker, a woman who can see the future must fight her brother Bill's ability to manipulate the past to save the world from collapse.

Synopsis:

Bill Elliot can, not only peer into the past, he can influence it, especially when it comes to money. 

Bill's sister Parker can see the future and realizes the harmful outcomes of Bill's efforts. In an attempt to save humanity's future, Parker must stop Bill.

Bill does not understand Parker's desire to play savior and does whatever he can to stop her. Blinded by his lust for wealth and power, Bill fails to realize that his younger sibling has a most unlikely ally.

In the end, only one future can exist for these polar opposites, but that future doesn't have to include both of them.

One can see the future, the other can affect the past, but which sibling will change the world?

Search Engine

Logline:
A young entrepreneur must figure out why he has been targeted for assassination after a software he created in college threatens national security.

Synopsis:

Five years after graduating from college, Jose has received disturbing news about a couple of his former classmates. Some have simply vanished from the face of the Earth, while the deaths of others, classified as suicides, occurred under very mysterious circumstances. Though all of these deaths appear unrelated, the common thread they all share is that all have raised the suspicion of Jose. As the trail of bodies closes in on Jose, the young entrepreneur finds himself targeted by the same organization that tortured his friends to death.

Jose only hope proves to be his newest employee, a young woman named Sheila who can, not only help him go "Off the grid", but is quite skillful at dispatching the terrorists who seek to kill him at his office.

A multifaceted agent, Sheila kills Jose’s would be executioners and leads those she didn’t kill at his office a wild car chase that ends with the terrorists crashing into parked cars lining the road. On the run, Jose and his new protector find themselves running for a safe house that Sheila’s organization has set up for just such occasions. Their plans change, as time and time again their pursuers find them under unlikely circumstances.

Fearing there is a mole in her organization, Sheila takes Jose to her friends, who upon casual inspection, appear to be farming hippies. Temporarily safe in this commune of ex-military, Jose sends word to a former college classmate Michelle who agrees to meet him on the farm. When this friend arrives, the FBI are not far behind, as all three, who have now been framed and placed on the FBI’s most wanted list.

While on the run with Michelle, Jose learns that he is being targeted for a sub-routine in the software they created in college that has to potential to threaten national security. Escaping from the FBI, Jose and Michelle figure out a way to retrieve the software and determine its true capabilities.

Just as they recovery and run the software, Jose, Sheila and Michelle are apprehended, by the FBI agents, who turn out to be corrupt agents working for yet another one of Jose’s former college classmates Cortney, who seeks to sell the program to the highest bidder, even if that bidder is a terrorist organization.
With Sheila’s help, Jose and Michelle escape the clutches of Cortney and the corrupt FBI agents, only to find out that Michelle is working with yet another enemy of the state, who has his own bidders awaiting delivery of the finished software.

One of the ex-military hippie farmers, who has been tracking Jose and Sheila, kills Michelle, as the flash drive, upon which the desired software is destroyed.

Serial Serial

Logline:

A skeptical rookie detective must track down an infamous serial killer who has been kidnapped, while trying to solve a string of mysterious murders, to which he believes said serial killer is somehow tied.

Synopsis:

In the future, the line between serial killing and state sanctioned murder is blurred in this tale which delves into the evil yet to be tapped into by mankind. Doctor Phillip McLeod, a psychiatrist at the Reynolds Correctional Facility (RCF), a maximum security prison has instituted a program in which he studies and compiles statistics related to the traits and behaviors of the worst offenders on death row. What his subjects don’t know is that the Doctor, a self-admitted serial killer has agreed to an indefinite voluntary incarceration for reasons other than those of a selfless psychoanalyst. By the time the study ends, more than fifteen inmates have paid their debt to society with their lives: Executed by the Doctor in accordance with the duties prescribed in his contract as the State’s first Psychutioner in history.


When the media leaks details and video of his work at RCF, the Doctor’s fame grows, as does his fortune. Whether hated or adored, the man who has come to be known to the world as Doctor Death is wanted by the masses. Accommodating the desires of his many fans, the McLeod’s release is allowed with the single condition that a permanent police detail be assigned to him for his protection as well as that of the general population. Free to go anywhere that his team of escorts can follow, the Doctor’s every move is scrutinized which makes his kidnapping that much harder to understand.

For Tom Carter, a young but wise detective, the first day of his new assignment has not gone exactly as planned. Not only has his charge been kidnapped, but he believes that his prejudice towards the Doctor blinded him to clues that could have prevented his abduction. It is now up to this rookie to utilize profiling techniques created by McLeod’s while conducting his experiments and executions at RCF. The problem is that the deeper Tom digs into the case, the more he feels that the kidnapping was a hoax to cover up the Doctor’s real experiments.

While following leads, Tom realizes that not only did the Doctor experiments lead to an understanding of the mind of a serial killer, but the means with which to instill these traits in others. As a student of Doctor McLeod’s techniques, Tom concludes that through a series of suggestive messaging techniques and hypnosis, the Doctor has become the catalyst for a rise in murders that could be correlated with McLeod’s release from RCF.

Oddly enough, Tom’s new partner Roger Meeks, a thirty-year veteran of the force does not put the clues together in the same manner, determining that the inexperience of youth has caused Tom to lose sight of the facts of the case. With him questioning his own sanity in light of a series of mysterious circumstances surrounding seemingly unrelated murders, Tom finds himself a person of interest in an investigation that seems to point to him as the perpetrator of both the murders he believes to have been masterminded by McLeod and McLeod’s abduction.

The Game of Life (Feature-length, Sci-fi)

Logline:
Bill Collins must figure out if the people who seem to be trying to kill him are actually trying to save his life.
Synopsis:
Bill Collins, a twenty first century man, is not who he thinks he is and doesn't live in the century in which he believes he lives. Bill is an avatar for Cameron Mitchell. Cameron is a man from the thirty third century who has no memory of being from the thirty third century.

Cameron is competing in "The Game of Life", a virtual reality simulation that pits players against one another in various periods in history. The goal of the game is to be the most successful player in the game, by the time each avatar expires or dies in the game. To make the game as authentic as possible, every player's memory is wiped, suppressing any knowledge of their actual time period or life.

Problems arise when Cameron's memory suppression unit intermittently fails. Cameron's memories, which seep into what Bill perceives as dreams only serve to make Bill believe that he is being watched. As Bill slips back and forth between the twenty first and thirty third centuries, he does not understand the technological advances, architectural designs or even the evolutionary changes that have occurred in mankind, which leads him to believe that all of humanity is being conspired against.

The Peripherals (Feature-length, Horror)

  Logline:
   A young man discovers that mankind is no longer the apex predator, as he struggles to survive a night of terror.

Synopsis:

Joel, a young man in his twenties is waiting on his bus to California in a run down bus station when he meets Timothy, a man who shares a horrifying tale.  According to Timothy, there is a race of creatures that normally exist in a parallel dimension, that can cross over to our Universe under certain conditions.  Timothy warns Joel that the only purpose for these creatures to cross over is to keep a balance between the population on Earth and its available resources.
Timothy calls the creatures Peripherals, because they can implant suggestions into people's minds that keep humans from looking directly at them.  Timothy tells Joel the reason for this control is because they are humanoid, but severely disfigured and do not want people to see what they really look like.  Timothy shows Joel a key for a bus station locker in which he's locked a book that details the history of the Peripherals.  As Timothy starts to give Joel tips on how to avoid being attacked by these Peripherals, he realizes that their conversation has attracted the attention of a Peripheral that has entered the station.  When the Peripheral approaches, Timothy lures it into the bathroom where he wounds it, but is fatally wounded in the encounter as well.  Timothy gives Joel the weapon (a blessed dagger) that he used to fight the Peripheral.  Timothy tries to alert the other passengers of the Peripheral's presence, but when they reach him, the group only finds Joel with Timothy's corpse.  There is no trace of the creature Joel claims killed Timothy, so the others restrain him, believing Joel to be a murderer.
Along with Joel and Timothy, there are a couple of bus station employees and a few other passengers waiting for buses that are not scheduled to arrive until the following morning.  When the group decides to call the police, they realize that cell phone service is down.  Soon afterwards, all electricity in the bus station fails as the Peripheral begins its assault inside the bus station.  When the Peripheral begins its attack, the passengers unite to defend against it, but fail, as one by one they die, screaming as they are dragged into the shadows.
As hope fades, the survivors try to figure out a way to defeat the seemingly indestructible Peripheral.  In the end, mankind's own brutality inadvertently saves the remaining survivor(s), who must now live with the knowledge of the Peripherals.

Yes, That Really Happened

Logline:
At 25 years old, Chris has figured out that having a college degree is better than not having one. In his pursuit to attain one, he has taken on the task of getting an engineering degree, while working at a lesbian night club that allows him to have his days free for school. A little out of touch with college student years younger and with less real world experience, Chris finds himself confused by some of their actions.
        Synopsis:
For starters, Chris wakes to find that Jose, a house guest from Hell has pissed all over their couch. This is followed up by the realization he is in a field of study where stress is the initial description, which is made apparent by one of his professors, who talks more about his miserable life than the subject matter.
There is however one bright spot in the day when Chris learns that his boss is letting him carry as many of the open bottles of liquor from the club. The problem is that she’s allowing Chris to take some much liquor, because the club has been shut down by the City and Chris is now unemployed.

Chris will however discover that he is not the only one having a bad day when he discovers that Jose has set his downstairs neighbor’s patio awning on fire and dropped an empty beer bottle on the glass top table that would have been protected by the awning that got burnt up. . . The last event occurring while the downstairs neighbors had friends over for dinner.

When Chris picks up his grade, he discovers that Doctor Unlu wants to Blackmail him with the good grade he actually earned. To restore his grade, Unlu tells Chris that he must help Unlu meet a woman. Chris agrees.
Though things seem bleak at that moment, Chris is pleasantly surprised to find out that Bill’s girlfriend Monica has decided to set him up with her cousin. The night looks to be good, but this impression is proved false when their first stop is to the home of the Bakers, a group of drug taking, gun toting hippies.

Apparently, the Bakers have discovered a cache of competition rifles in a secret room in the house they are renting and trophies that serve as great targets.
The night only gets worse as Chris must figure out how to find a woman who would accept Unlu, despite his apparent baggage, how to keep the peace between individuals who are getting drunker with every stop they make, which include the following: a trip to yet another strange apartment occupied by a Captain Caveman look alike who helps Chris and Bill get so drunk that Chris vomits and pisses all over the bathroom, while Bill tosses ceramic tiles from the balcony, a party where the group would feel more comfortable entering the party through the servant’s quarters and a visit from the police who have received a false anonymous tip from a drunk Bill.

When things seem like they could get no worse, they don’t. As, one by one, Chris friends peel off to sleep it off, Monica’s cousin Annie takes control and shows Chris the sane world in which she parties at a club Chris could never have imagined existed. To Chris, the word eclectic would not have covered the Institute or its patrons, but it would be a good start, as the pair get closer and dance until the Sun tells them it’s time to go home
At 25 years old, Chris has figured out that having a college degree is better than not having one. In his pursuit to attain one, he has taken on the task of getting an engineering degree, while working at a lesbian night club that allows him to have his days free for school. A little out of touch with college student years younger and with less real world experience, Chris finds himself confused by some of their actions.

For starters, Chris wakes to find that Jose, a house guest from Hell has pissed all over their couch. This is followed up by the realization he is in a field of study where stress is the initial description, which is made apparent by one of his professors, who talks more about his miserable life than the subject matter.
There is however one bright spot in the day when Chris learns that his boss is letting him carry as many of the open bottles of liquor from the club. The problem is that she’s allowing Chris to take some much liquor, because the club has been shut down by the City and Chris is now unemployed.

Chris will however discover that he is not the only one having a bad day when he discovers that Jose has set his downstairs neighbor’s patio awning on fire and dropped an empty beer bottle on the glass top table that would have been protected by the awning that got burnt up. . . The last event occurring while the downstairs neighbors had friends over for dinner.

When Chris picks up his grade, he discovers that Doctor Unlu wants to Blackmail him with the good grade he actually earned. To restore his grade, Unlu tells Chris that he must help Unlu meet a woman. Chris agrees.
Though things seem bleak at that moment, Chris is pleasantly surprised to find out that Bill’s girlfriend Monica has decided to set him up with her cousin. The night looks to be good, but this impression is proved false when their first stop is to the home of the Bakers, a group of drug taking, gun toting hippies.

Apparently, the Bakers have discovered a cache of competition rifles in a secret room in the house they are renting and trophies that serve as great targets.
The night only gets worse as Chris must figure out how to find a woman who would accept Unlu, despite his apparent baggage, how to keep the peace between individuals who are getting drunker with every stop they make, which include the following: a trip to yet another strange apartment occupied by a Captain Caveman look alike who helps Chris and Bill get so drunk that Chris vomits and pisses all over the bathroom, while Bill tosses ceramic tiles from the balcony, a party where the group would feel more comfortable entering the party through the servant’s quarters and a visit from the police who have received a false anonymous tip from a drunk Bill.

When things seem like they could get no worse, they don’t. As, one by one, Chris friends peel off to sleep it off, Monica’s cousin Annie takes control and shows Chris the sane world in which she parties at a club Chris could never have imagined existed. To Chris, the word eclectic would not have covered the Institute or its patrons, but it would be a good start, as the pair get closer and dance until the Sun tells them it’s time to go home

 

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