Low budget American comedy about sexual identity. Todd (Jonathan Bray), a heterosexual male, ends up on a blind date with gay man, Kelly (Wilson Cruz), the result of a practical joke played by his brother, Barry (Jonathan Silverman). To Todd's surprise, he and Kelly strike up a friendship. They decide to take revenge on Barry by reversing the joke. After their date, the pair saunter past Barry holding hands. The joke works too well. Worried and convinced that Todd is gay, Barry calls their mother to break the news, prompting her arrival on the next plane. Despite his vehement denials, mum sees Todd's love of movies and theatre, as well as his lack of interest in sports, as clear signs she'd previously missed. She is determined to prove to her son that she loves him no matter what. Nothing Todd says or does can convince her that he's actually straight. Soon everyone in his life believes he is gay. His frantic attempts to prove his heterosexuality end in disaster. He starts to wonder, could his feelings for Kelly be more than he'd ever suspected?