Eric’s (Michael Boston) family kicked him out when they found out he was gay. While on the streets, Eric is approached by a mysterious woman who offers him a hot meal and an opportunity to have a job where he helps others. Unsure of what the job entails, but knowing he needs to make a living, Eric says yes. That’s when he meets, The Extractor (Michael Figata). Brent (Isaac Parker) has been locked in his house ever since the ‘incident’ that changed the landscape of the city and its population. It’s wild on the ‘outside’ and humans have become feral in an attempt to survive. One day, he sees a man (Eric) outside his window. The man (Cain Marko) is unkempt and primal but, through the window, he manages to convince Brent that things are better on the outside than he believes. A married couple is desperate to grow their family and they figure the best way to do so is through the creation of A.I. robots. Their first robot TIM (Dalton Riley) was a bad apple but the newest version, TOM (Brandon Anderson), is everything the couple dreamed of when they began their journey. They are thrilled with their strapping, polite man. As TOM proves to be the perfect specimen, the shadow of TIM –and The Robots soulular connection–cannot be escaped.