Scott's life is in free-fall: his girlfriend has just left him, he's dropped out of studying medicine, and he's desperate for cash to help save his brother. Out of the blue his terminally-ill neighbor comes to him for a favor: to help him commit suicide. Scott reluctantly agrees, and in the process, he and his two friends decide to set up their own illicit assisted-suicide business. The disillusioned vet's receptionist, his dangerously deep-in-debt gambling brother, and the fast-food restaurant machine engineer might just be on to a winner with their new business. But do the hapless 20-something mates have the necessary acumen to manage a thriving dodgy concern when they are constantly distracted by their struggle with relationships, finances, and life itself? Either way, they'll give it a go. After all, it's just business, not life and death.