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Their skill with a scalpel offset by their outrageous behavior, two brilliant but unpredictable medical students become hopelessly mixed up in an underworld organ harvesting ring in this goofball horror comedy from co-directors Ryil Adamson and Gavin Gillette. When it comes to practicing medicine, Gavin and Curt may be brilliantly talented, though their antics in the lab are more than the dean is willing to take. When the mischievous twosome plants an electric penis on a lab cadaver during the dean's final instructional exam, Gavin and Curt are finally expelled from school. Down on their luck and unsure of what to do next, the medical school rejects are caught completely off guard when their downstairs neighbor Rosalie comes knocking on the door, begging them to help stop her husband from bleeding to death. In the process of helping Rosalie's husband, however, Gavin and Curt make the shocking discovery that local mob heavy Hector the Plunger has been running a kidney-harvesting ring and flooding the black market with stolen organs. Later, despite the fact that Gavin and Curt make their best efforts to disassociate themselves from the loathsome criminals, they find themselves unwittingly drawn back into the bloody fray when Gavin's girlfriend's kidneys give out and her rare blood type makes it virtually impossible to find a donor through conventional means.