The foibles of bad TV are meant to be the fuel that fires this routine comedy, but it is rather a low-octane mix. Two high schoolers, Paul (Adam Nathan) and Donna (Julie Hanlon) steal a camera and run away to work in Paul's father's TV station -- where their kleptomania continues. Their supervisor is out of any mental bounds, and after several offshoots in many directions the couple decides to form a terrorist group to clear the airwaves of pollution. By then, the various offshoots have grown into a tangled underbrush that takes a heroic and long, discursive effort to trim into an ending.
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