Rick has to make $3000 in two weeks to prove to his father that he's not a loser and that he does not have to join the family business of selling hemorrhoid cremes. His first great idea is to sell suntan lotion at the beach. He gets the money for this venture from a pal who pawns his grandpa's crematorial urn. Business is very slow. But, wait! Three nerdy customers not only buy some suntan oil, they make a deal with Rick. If Rick can turn them into chick magnets, they will give him the necessary dough. A challenge? You bet. Things get even more complex when Rick meets the girl of his dreams and must impress her, too. Can Rick rise to the occasions? This low budget film should be neglected by the true film lover but, somehow, it works. The humor is as insipid as possible but who can resist such scenes as a blow-up cutie doll decking someone at the drive-in theater? Any judge will convict you as guilty for staying with this one to the end, yes, but sometimes one wallows in watching absolute nonsense. Anyone with strong family values does not want to come near this one. If your fraternity is planning for a lost weekend, think it over, but this movie will be the hit of the party.