Microscopic look at the lives of a group of self-absorbed 30-something Manhattanites on the cusp of responsible adulthood. Director and writer Radnor stars as Sam, who tries to win over a barmaid with his humorous offer of a "three-night stand." His friend Mary struggles with the decision to stay with her boyfriend who's headed to the West Coast. Meanwhile, Sam's best friend Annie is going bald from a medical condition, leaving her few dating options. Radnor forces his characters to speak so obsessively and endlessly about the minutia of their emotional states that he comes off as a guy hoping to win the Woody Allen, Jr. award. Ultimately flat and overly indulgent--little more than a sitcom pilot with a horribly uncatchy title.