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In an effort to ease their financial stresses, Scott, Joey and Cozzo continue on with the assisted suicide business, but have to keep their mundane jobs as a front. But by doing so, their lives become more complicated than they ever were before. Whether one suddenly finds religion after participating in a suicide and becomes a born-again Jew; or another joins Gambler’s Anonymous and winds up having to murder his sponsor who he’s been too honest with; or another has to sleep with his overbearing boss to keep her from turning him – what these characters have chosen to do completely changes and casts an ever-present shadow on their lives.
|1||VideoThe Beginning of the End||Scott, who is already faced with a predatory female employer, a split from his girlfriend, and a desperate life-or-death need for cash to pay off Joey's gambling debts, reluctantly agrees to assist the terminally ill old man across the hall with his suicide. Scott employs his friend Cozzo to build what Scott thinks is their only solution: an assisted-suicide machine. It's a deeply illicit and illegal situation about which they will have to keep very, very quiet.||28:20||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoThe Business End of Things||When their second client, Elroy, deems their assisted-suicide operation amateurish, Scott decides if they're going to be a legitimate business they've got to start acting like one. He drags his bumbling group to a business seminar, where things get even more unprofessional. Meanwhile, Cozzo has to convince his pregnant wife Debbie that he'll find some way to make enough money to support their burgeoning family. And Joey learns that he still has gambling debts to pay off, but as punishment has to sadistically punish someone else.||27:34||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoThe Be-all and End-All||Scott dances on the edge when he falls for Julia, his first client's beautiful daughter, but has to keep her from discovering his assisted-suicide business. Meanwhile, Cozzo's wife, Debbie, becomes suspicious after finding Cozzo's large wad of money. And the guys make a dirty old man's final wish come true.||27:05||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoThe Bitter End||Scott - desperate to quit the vet clinic after Dr. Jill's sexual harassment hits a peak - agrees to start buying the drugs they use from an illegal dealer. Scott's troubles at work pale in comparison to his troubles in the bedroom, so he plans a special night for Julia - which ends up going terribly wrong. Joey, meanwhile, falls off the gambling wagon. Cozzo has to pretend he's Jewish in order to satisfy a client's dying needs.||27:18||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoDead End||Scott and Cozzo force Joey to go to a gambling addicts group, only to have it backfire on their business. Cozzo decides to get healthy for his baby. Scott, in a desperate move to get Julia back, claims he's struggling with an addiction of his own - sex.||27:03||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|6||VideoThe End of the Beginning||Scott, fresh from being dumped by Julia, needs to get away so the guys splurge on a corporate retreat at a hotel in the country. Once there, Cozzo has a holistic massage at the hotel from a beautiful Thai girl, and is tempted. Scott is also tempted by the sight of his ex-girlfriend, Lucie with her new boyfriend. Joey, meanwhile, gets to meet one of his childhood heroes. Away from the hotel retreat, Cozzo’s wife Debbie has been promoted to Detective and has been told to investigate a string of suicides. Could this be the guys’ undoing?||28:54||£1.89||View in iTunes|
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