Bobby Conway, owner of S&M Motors, is wheeling and dealing in the madcap world of the auto auctions. Approaching 40 he’s growing tired of the game, but there’s too much money and too much “bling” to just let go. Then he meets Kathleen.
She encourages Bobby to follow his outrageous dream: get out of the car business and open a home for wayward kids. However, there are huge obstacles. He is threatened by two “wise guys” – Tony Mailbox and Joey A – who need his expertise to rob the auto auction; and two “aspiring terrorists”, Samood and Achmed, who “insist” on his help in using the auto auction to smuggle money and explosives into the country. In the meantime, Bobby tries constantly to drum up business for giant toilets wherever he goes. All this, while the cops conduct their own undercover investigation into the used car business.
Bobby uses wit, humor, and absurdity along with the support of a friend, Paul Pottimouth, with Tourette’s syndrome, nuns, a funeral director, and an undercover cop to overcome all obstacles. The wise guys are “arrested” by laughter. In a twist of fate, the terrorists become used car dealers, and the man with Tourette’s winds up testifying before a Congressional committee. All of the characters change, but many in unexpected ways.