Wes Selman (Joey Piscopo), a mild-mannered "suit," is not a morning person. A home renovation project forces him to leave his house at a time when he (and most of the world) is normally sleeping. Upon stepping outside, he discovers that on Saturday mornings, for a 2-hour window from 6 A.M. to 8 A.M., the world becomes a utopia. During this time, Wes can achieve nearly anything, including winning the affections of the woman of his dreams, but only temporarily. With the help of his worldly best friend, Frankie Cicotelli (Louis Mandylor), Wes concocts a plan to carry romance into the rest of the week. However, the true key, Wes learns, may lie with a mysterious stranger (George Wendt).