A collection of five Farrelly brothers films. In 'Stuck On You', Greg Kinnear and Matt Damon star as conjoined twins Walt and Bob Tenor. Desperate to become a professional actor, Walt persuades the shy and reticent Bob to move to Hollywood. In 'There's Something About Mary', thirteen years ago high school senior Ted Stroehmann (Ben Stiller) gets a date with gorgeous classmate Mary Jenson (Cameron Diaz) after rescuing her mentally handicapped brother, Warren, from a bully. The date is ruined when Ted catches his penis in his fly zip and has to be rushed to hospital. Today, Ted is still obsessed with Mary, and hires private detective Pat Healy (Matt Dillon) to find her. In 'Shallow Hal', after a chance meeting with mangement guru Anthony Robbins, Hal (Jack Black) is hypnotized to see the 'inner' beauty in other people and bingo! starts seeing the obese as thin and attractive. He then strikes up a relationship with the seemingly beautiful Rosemary (Gwyneth Paltrow), who in fact weighs over three hundred pounds. In 'Me, Myself Irene', mild-mannered police officer Charlie Baileygates (Jim Carrey) is given the job of taking the beautiful Irene P. White (Renee Zellweger) upstate to face false criminal charges. Trouble is, Charlie suffers from Split Personality Disorder and wherever he goes, so does his foul-mouthed, super-aggressive alter-ego Hank. Finally, in 'Say It Isn't So', Gil Noble (Chris Klein) gets engaged to his sweetheart Jo (Heather Graham) but makes the surprise discovery that she is actually his sister and calls off the wedding. Evidence later emerges that he and Jo are not related after all, but Jo has already moved away to Oregon and is about to get married to her ex-boyfriend Jack. Nevertheless, Gil determines to win his beloved back and heads out after her.