Tom is a male model who wants to be taken seriously for his brains, but everyone says he’s way too pretty. He’s finished his bachelors degree by going to night school and is looking for his big break at his day job. He works nights as a model, but only to pay for his mother’s medical expenses. His dream is to be an executive. That night his boss tricks him into a date with her niece, Adrien. An overweight, spoiled, narcissistic bore who thinks he’s her personal gigolo for the evening. She’s way to forward with him and totally disrespectful so he jumps out of the limo at a stop light and tells her this ones on the house, and leaves. He’s pissed. The next day at work he talks shit about his boss for setting him up. Word gets around and he’s transferred to another division in the company. He’s got new boss, William. William is very supportive and wants to know his “why.” William tells him his dream of being an executive, creating and selling products that are not only practical, but so cool that people have to buy them. On a roll, and feeling confident, he tells William about the idea he’s been cultivating for months. He honestly believes it’s going to launch his career. It’s a killer product that will not only sell well but, if done right, will cross promote several other online products their company sells. All while helping establish them as a brand that’s at the very tip of the cutting edge. William says it’s a fine idea and he’ll pass it along and see what the execs say. The next day William says the idea wasn’t well received and tells Tom to keep trying. Three hours later, he gets a call from the hospital. William’s been in an accident. His boss is okay, but will be in the hospital for at least a week. He asks Tom to watch his house. Then tells him where the spare keys are. Tom’s like, but we just met? You don’t even know me? He said he’s heard good things about him for a long time. He says he trusts him and asks again, saying he doesn’t have anybody else. Tom agrees. While at William’s house Tom finds out that William has presented his idea as his own. Not only was it well received, it was on the table for their next pitch meeting with Rosanne Clay. A multi-billionaire investor. Tom goes to William’s, determined to make a change. The next day Tom is busy fielding William’s calls, cancelling appointments, and rescheduling others. He sees a name he’s heard about, brand new to the team, just started last week — Bradley Taylor. The new director of marketing and THE person to discuss a pitch. William has an appointment tomorrow. He debates canceling, then has an idea.
After work Tom closes up the office and heads to his night job. Tonight he’s got a gig serving drinks at a fancy restaurant across town. He ends up talking to — and connecting with — a beautiful woman. She basically hangs with him the entire evening whenever he isn’t serving. He ends up taking her home when she’s had too much to drink. She wakes to him sleeping on her couch. Tom leaves while the lady is in the shower and goes to the meeting William had planned with Bradley. He pitches his idea, claiming to be William’s assistant, but isn’t sure how it went. But Bradley comes in and says his pitch was great. He’s impressed and schedules another meeting. Tom is psyched. He meets up with the lady from the night before. He’d left his “uniform” at her house. She invites him in and they end up having amazing sex. William is out of the hospital and Tom confronts him about stealing his idea. He’s pissed, but William tries to back pedal, saying he was just jumping through the hoops, cutting through all the red tape. Tom says it’s okay, he pitched the idea himself, so there’s no harm. He walks out giving William his spare key. Tom goes home, ready to sleep in his own bed. The next day at the meeting William bursts in saying that Tom stole his idea and was misrepresenting him in their last meeting. He’s livid and wants Tom fired like right now. Tom is about to go off when the investors walk in the door. Then a young lady in her twenties, obviously Roseanne Clay’s secretary. The woman herself walks in the door and Tom’s jaw hits the floor. It’s Rose, his new lover. Now he’s screwed. There’s no way she’ll believe anything he says. He never told her about his day job. Tom’s heart sinks, but Roseanne asks for everyone to leave. The room clears. Tom tells her the truth, the entire truth, not expecting her to believe him. He tells her his idea, the history of it, why it’s great, and how it will integrate well with their other products. She has a private meeting with William as well. He exits the room looking green.
Roseanne goes with Tom, and William finally admits what he did. He’s immediately fired and sent packing. Tom gets his deal and starts development. A year later Tom drives up in a Porsche he bought himself, and enters the pricey condo he and Rose purchased together. His mother is now getting excellent care in a full service nursing home. His company has just reached five million in sales, and he’s engaged to his best friend. And he no longer has to model, unless Rose requests it. Which she does quite often.