A young man (Lucas Frost) is in a jail cell, bound and disoriented. He has no idea how he got there or what’s going to happen to him. All he knows is that it can’t be good. When he’s hauled out of the cell, struggling to free himself from his captors, he comes face-to-face with an older man, Mr. Leblanc (Dick Chibbles), and a scientist (Chanel Preston). The young man’s eyes widen as he recognizes the older man, although if he thinks Mr. Leblanc is there to help him, he’s sorely mistaken. The young man is shown no mercy as he’s rendered unconscious.
Once the process is completed and he’s in Bill’s body, it’s time to get to work…
He arrives back home and greets his beautiful and unsuspecting step-daughter, Lydia (Jaye Summers). She looks every bit like her mother, making Mr. Leblanc’s grieving heart ache. He misses his late wife so much… Why does BILL get to know Lydia in those most intimate ways, when HE’s the one who spent 18 years raising her on his own?
Lydia is thrilled to see her boyfriend, though that pleasure turns to uncertainty because of how… odd… he’s acting. As they get frisky, Mr. Leblanc is unable to keep his story straight as he accidentally lets slip pet names and personal stories that only HE would know. Even despite her reservations, Lydia gives herself to him — not knowing that she’s doing it with her perverted step-father that has been lusting for her all her life.
After tonight, nothing will ever be the same for any of them.