Refusing to kill an infant from an enemy clan, master swordsman Yang takes the child and flees to an American frontier town. Despite his attempts, his master closes in on him and he must fight to protect the child and his newfound comrades.
After a bit of back-and-forth about which characters belong where, Lela and Tanner eventually return to the world of Wet Side Story, but they’re not the same people they were when they first left home. In addition to Tanner now being a low-voiced Danny Zuko type, Lela has become so empowered that the entire movie-within-a-movie morphs from Wet Side Story to Lela, Queen of the Beach.
Middle-aged schlub Brayden runs a disco walking tour along with his cantankerous father, Big Ronnie. When a sexy, alluring woman comes to take the tour, Brayden somehow attracts her romantic interest, making Ronnie jealously competitive for her attentions.
In town for a wedding, Mattilynn runs into an old flame at her father's mechanic shop and is torn between staying and returning to the big city.
A failed Broadway singer who now works as a production manager must save opening night on his new production by wrangling his eccentric cast and crew.