Residents of a small town in New England are in a state of decay, with their personal issues growing exponentially and interfering the town's social and financial status. Eventually, an unexpected help comes in the form a mysterious, sarcastic, fast-talking, intelligent and insightful young drifter and self-proclaimed nobody named “Joe King” who attempts to help out the individual residents. And eventually, curiosities about Joe's mysterious history begin to arise.
(What Joe King's mysterious backstory is, it's up to you to decide, comment what you want it to be.)
MPAA Rating: Rated R for language.
Joe King - A young, handsome, fast talking, intelligent and insightful self proclaimed nobody with a sarcastic sense of humour and a mysterious history.
Hank Siskel - A middle aged depressed and cynical bartender.
Margaret Simon - A single mom with no job and is completely oblivious and naive to her children's activities.
Stephen Radcliffe - Fundamentalist Christian who everyone hates and Margaret's next door neighbour.
Lindsey Simon - Margaret's troubled and spiteful teenage daughter
Tim Simon - Margaret's 10 year old son who suffers from night terrors every night.
Gene Cratchet - A hopeless personal assistant to the owner of a successful superstore and is a complete buttkisser to him.
Mort Waterside - Gene's boss and the owner of the successful superstore “Buy The Waterside”.
Captain Bruce Hicks - Under qualified captain of the police with a mentally challenged young son.
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