Anybody else catch the Wiseau influence within this marvelous shlock? Absolutely awful story, but worth it for the dialogue dafuqs alone. <Spoilers> The lead arc of a young woman trying to insert herself secretly into the life of the child she gave up to another couple is, just, crazy. Jensen Ackles is the only person you may recognise, as the only character he's capable of playing, as a punk. And the hippy-from-the-60s store owner who in fact turns out to have, and I quote, "lost count of the bodies".