The quirky characters in a screenplay come to vivid life as the writer who created them works around the clock to finish his script in time to meet a crucial deadline. Cal Neros (Julian McCullough) is a successful screenwriter, but if he doesn't finish his latest project soon, his career is over. When Cal's producer (Mario Cantone) suggests penning three outrageous short stories and integrating them into a single script, the desperate writer begins a frantic race against the clock. In the first story, entitled "Look Out Below," a blind date between nice guy Steve (Sal "The Stockbroker" Governale) and a kinky dwarf (Alli Chapman) leads to hilarious sexual encounter of the strange kind. The craziness continues in "Unfortunate Son," which traces the bizarre psychological struggle between a frustrated therapist (Bianca Hunter) and a patient (Joe D'onofrio) with some serious issues. The trilogy draws to a close with "The Misadventures of Captain Cool & Sergeant Suave," in which a pair of inept detectives forms an unusual bond with the pickled fetus they were hired to procure. When their client demands his due, they scheme to keep the unusual object for themselves.