Opening scene of a big Greyhound of an R.V. parked by the side of the road. A young hippie (Chuck) with a big belt buckle undoes said buckle and groovy snap up pants and proceeds to take an impressively long leak. I assume Chuck’s aim is good and that the vehicle remains dry. I also assume that Chuck has something against toilets, one of which the bus has.
Two young women named Carol and Maureen sit in the weeds by the side of the road and watch Chuck go about his business. They talk about asking Chuck for a ride. One of the women (Maureen) is a sensitive who already knows that Chuck can’t be trusted because he’s an Aries, and everyone knows that Aries are the Supermen of the Zodiac. This seems odd. I mean, I get the Superman thing because he was an Aries. But Superman was a good guy. And so was Batman (also an Aries).
I must ponder that.
Anyway, Carol insists on climbing aboard, so they do.
Chuck works for some kind of auto delivery service, and it’s his job to deliver the motor home to the other side of Florida. Chuck doesn’t care a whole lot about that a the moment ‘cause he now has a couple of honeys in the rig with him, one of whom (Carol) insists on showing her breasts, wiggling her ass for passerby, and alternately smoking a joint with Chuck as he tries to keep the monstrosity on the road. A greasy-haired cigar-chomping business guy keeps calling Chuck on the R.V.’s phone, but Chuck keeps putting him off. Meanwhile, Maureen sits in the back and plays with her Tarot cards.
A storm erupts. The trio detour to a road that ends in a swamp, in which they get stuck. Chuck and Carol run around naked and screw like there’s no tomorrow. Maureen hallucinates her way to a marble altar. She strips, lies down on the altar, and accepts the Scepter of Apollo from a priestess.
Carol and Chuck continue to be naked. Maureen continues to be visited by kooks, including a voyeuristic senator named McIver and a clown with a fistful of balloons. Flashbacks tell us that Chuck had a ridiculing mother and that Carol was a tramp from the time she was in pigtails. Oh, and Maureen was once screwed by a priest.
Chuck hunts and kills a boar with the bow and arrow that are standard issue for every R.V. The three build a fire and consume the meat. Maureen then tries to shove the red hot end of a stick through her palm.
Chuck puts Carol to bed. He then dons a pair of white pants that are so tight you can see every inch of his dong. Maureen apparently digs this, and she and Chuck escape for a little midnight nooky on the fog-shrouded altar. Senator McIver, the weird clown, the priestess and the priest, all of them show up to watch for a bit.
Carol wakes, goes out to dance by the fire, and is promptly set upon by the half-dozen or so extremely horny young passerby who have haven’t forgotten her front window dancing. Maureen and Chuck wake up, see that a rescue plane has come for them, and head back to the R.V.
Maureen sees Carol’s hand sticking out of some swamp water. Maureen screams.
There’s one more alternate beginning-type flashback to Maureen and Carol, who are once again just about to get on the bus with Chuck. This time Maureen senses that Chuck is a “groovy Aries” and that everything will be A-okay.
Last shot of the clown’s balloons flying through the air.
Everything skips in this movie, including the soundtrack. Still, it has an odd kind of charm.