He seems like such a nice guy...until it's too late. Psychotic, sociopathic, and always charming Bobby Custer begins to crawl back up society's ladder. Along the way a variety of people have his number, but Bobby has a special way of dealing with them, all of them. He's the friendly next door neighbor, the guy at work who goes the extra mile just for you, only there's always a price to pay, and baby, you are going to pay. The average person, upon learning of his employer's "heart problems, his apparently estranged wife, the rebellious daughter," probably thinks that's really too bad. What a shame...Bobby just smells opportunity.