Welcome to Hollywood! What's your dream? What's your dream?
Welcome to Hollywood! What's your dream? What's your dream?


Lotto Boy:
Writer: donna Monroe
Synopsis:

‘Jett’ learns that his ticket is worth $287,000,000. Underage, he can’t cash it. The tourist who gave him the ticket returns, with her thug boyfriend who claims to be the real ticket owner. Soon the whole town is pursuing him. In desperation, he hitchhikes to California in search of his imprisoned father that he hasn’t heard from since he was five years old. There, he meets a beautiful, but illegal, Chinese immigrant who has her own problems. A pimp is threatening to turn her in. Jett intervenes for the lovely immigrant and they become instant friends. Jett learns she will be 18 in two weeks. He devises a radical solution and proposes that they marry in order for her to get legal status and he to get his share of the Lotto prize. She agrees. They still need one parent’s signature. Together they travel to the prison to find Jett’s father who agrees to sign for him. They get married at the prison Chapel. Jett finds that his father is a well liked decent person. It is also revealed that his father’s prison sentence was for a crime actually committed by his mother while disguised in her husband’s clothing. The newly weds go to Florida, cash the winning ticket, and honeymoon in the Bahamas, but a day later, Jett’s grandmother calls to say that his father was released early, and that his mother kidnapped him and wants a ransom. Aborting their honeymoon, it looks like all their efforts may come to nothing. However, in her addled, addictive stupor, Jett’s mother has neglected one detail. In order to get early release, Jett’s father must wear an ankle strap which has a GPS device. Jett’s mother and her boyfriend are quickly located, apprehended, and sent to prison. Jett and his china doll wife gain a mutual trust, a strong friendship, and through it all, fall in love and agree to remain married. Finally they both have what they have always wanted: peace, happiness, and a chance for a settled normal home life.