Unemployment, a perennial issue in Ireland, deeply effects the lives and culture of the Irish. Many Irish have spent much of their lives on "The Dole." But when our man "Bimbo" loses his job (because it's cheaper to import from England) he and a long-time unemployed friend become entrepreneurs. Trouble arises when Bimbo, unused to being the boss, bristles when his friend, in a characteristic Irish fashion, thinks of the business more democratically. He is left struggling between losing his business and losing his best friend. This comedy, with its unabashed view, shows that the Irish can look and laugh at themselves.