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Tommy Collins (Pauly Shore) is an unemployed erotic dancer living at his mother's (Shelley Winters) home in a trailer park while he looks for a decent job.
He finds out that she and her boyfriend Jed (Charles Napier), a polystyrene collector, are going to Las Vegas to be married and taking the mobile home with them.
When they arrive at the library, Frank reveals to Tommy and Monica that he was the killer.
He ties them up and attempts to stab them with a sharp jagged knife.
Back at the trailer park, Tommy goes mining for polystyrene with Jed at the city dump.