Managing the kind of misfits who work in a 24-hour copy shop in Austin, Texas isn't easy, but Maggie doesn't mind; the flagship store for Kopy King is her home... and the employees are family. The weird, goofy, sometimes aggravating kind of family that Maggie loves coming to work with every day. Assistant Manager Dan is the best anyone could ask for - hard working, doesn't complain, gets along great with the staff. But he ain't big on talking or sharing his feelings, which is only a problem for one reason: he's in love with Maggie. In fact, even though they aren't perfect by any means, Dan and Maggie are perfect for each other. Dan better act soon or someone else will - like Brad, the confidant newly-hired dude from Oklahoma whose innocent boy-next-door smile is definitely hiding something. Brad tries fit in, but he keeps screwing things up and rubbing everyone the wrong way. Despite the learning curve, it doesn't take long for Brad to find his groove... and to start putting the moves on Maggie. Brad has barely finished training when Kopy King's impish owner, Abe, blows into town with disheartening news for everybody: He's done, and is selling Kopy King out to Corporate America. The already overworked crew doesn't handle this news well, and it is anyone's guess as to whether this news will bring Maggie and Dan closer together - or push them apart for good.