“Allen” (Sean?) and Jenny are in an eighteen wheeler with their new… (ahem) friend… Trucker Dan… on the #1 freakiest highway AllenSean had been on in the last forty years (he’s 38). Jenny shows her skill with breaking out of hand cuffs, and Dan shows his skill with adorable little handguns.
“Allen” has just about had it with people using his real name. He’s just about had it with BossMan95, with being the focus of a manhunt and with trying to figure out if he can trust Jenny. To compensate, “Allen” does what many middle-aged men do: He bought a used Caddy and is blasting across America, trying to get home to save his sister.
“Allen” is still trying to track down the SD card with the COVID-19 research data, to get it to BossMan95, to save his sister. But the going is rough. Not only has he lost the six SD cards, he finds out one of them isn’t quite what he thinks it is.
“Allen” learns there is a manhunt closing in, but he has a line on recovering the SD card he stole, then lost. He needs to get it, and get gone. But, how many more people will he cross and creep out before it’s over? I mean, for real.
Okay, so it’s not really going to plan, and it’s getting worse. Going off script, “Allen” improvs and well, he’s not that good at improv. He hoped to end his day back in Seattle, but after multiple pivots, he’s headed just a little way down the road.
“Allen” is about to steal data that will save his sister Teresa’s life and make BossMan95 super-wealthy. But, he has to get away from the underground digital fortress and, in the process, make an enemy out of superfan Kevin.