Williams puts on a first rate performance in the third film from comedian, Bobcat Goldthwait. Lance (Williams) is a frustrated writer works as a high-school language arts teacher while struggling to get his work published or, at least, some recognition from his students or co-workers. To make matters worse, his teenage son, Kyle (Sabara) is a illiterate, juvenile, misogynistic, vulgar, insufferable jack-#!@%*# who strives to belittle and verbally degrade his father at every opportunity. After Kyle dies via, autoerotic asphyxiation; Lance covers it up with a (strangely articulate) fake suicide note. After the note gets leaked, Kyle is praised as a misunderstood literary genius and Lance's work is finally getting attention he always wanted, but can he live with how he obtained it? A cynical, pitch-black satire on the outside, but with a surprisingly warm and tender center that somehow works.