A comedy of identity and being true to yourself
Michael, Karen and Jake are the best of friends on the clubbing scene.
Michael likes to cosplay and enjoys making wild fashion choices, but has no confidence when it comes to talking to men. Jake is handsome, confident but has no confidence admitting who he is or how he feels. Karen is just off her face to hide how she feels.
One morning after a night without Michael clubbing, he tells them he is now a straight man. What does this mean for the trio?
And how does this affect their actions when he invites them to dinner to meet his fiance?