When things don't quite go according to the plan, this bickering quartet of hapless thieves finds themselves at the mercy of Lou "Little Tuna", a reluctant, doughnut ingesting heir to the criminal empire run by his father- "The Big Tuna"- who has left him in charge for the weekend. The penalty for stealing from the Tuna is death- "Ba Da Bing, Ba Da Boom".
But Lou offers them a break:" I need one body and three thumbs, you can choose the who, whys, and therefore among yourselves." Tied to chairs and able to move their mouths, they must now fight for their lives by out-arguing each other as to who deserves to live. Verbal gymnastics and the struggle for self-awareness, self acceptance and self love produce a high-octane battle for survival that's not resolved until the last doughnut falls.