Plagiarizing one of the most famous lines in English literature, Steven Marks is sent to the dean's office where he immediately misinterprets the ... Show synopsis Plagiarizing one of the most famous lines in English literature, Steven Marks is sent to the dean's office where he immediately misinterprets the dean's intentions as a come-on. Confused by the conversation, he is eventually blasted by the outraged dean. Forced to leave college, he takes a job at one of Manhattan's finest French restaurants. He ultimately ruins a bride-to-be and creates disaster for the restaurant. He is innocent and well intentioned, but calamity follows him to the Hamptons where he throws the ultimate party and finds Sue, the girl of his dreams. Bartending at Marakesh, bizarre things happen when the hired girls dancing on the bar inadvertently down the cocktail Steven concocted for an unruly and persistently annoying patron. Earning enough money at this overwhelmingly popular club, Steven has the connections to attend New York University in September. There he studies film and psychology. He is eventually asked to be analyzed himself by one of his professors who thinks he is nuts. Deemed "normal" after analysis he makes several humorous short films for class that confound the professor. Psychology studies lead him into the field with a well adjusted tourettes patient, Bob. Steven is to do nothing but observe and keep company with Bob for one afternoon, but disastrous consequences occur. The adventures and calamities continue in this fun loving, humorous book.