The film begins with Willie Soke (Thornton) acting as a valet driver at a nation club. He gets diverted when he sees a lady bosom sustaining her infant, making him collide with a stand and thump somebody over. Willie gets let go on the spot in the wake of belligerence with his bosses.
Willie’s voiceover gets us up on the most recent couple of years of his life. He thought he got his upbeat completion by being with Sue, yet his spoil ups got to him before she cleared out him. He plans to execute himself by putting his head in the broiler. At the point when that doesn’t work, he tries to hang himself. His suicide endeavor is hindered by Thurman Merman (Kelly), now 21 years of age and stupider than any time in recent memory, as yet chasing after Willie despite the fact that he no longer trusts he’s Santa Claus. He even works at a sandwich shop now to satisfy his enthusiasm for making individuals sandwiches. Willy drops from the roof as he tries to stop his suicide.
Thurman notices that now that he’s 21, he supposes Willie is going to “lose his virginity”. Willie amends him saying he would complete it by another person. He calls Opal the whore (Spencer) to carry out the employment, despite the fact that she isn’t exceptionally eager. Thurman comes up short on the motel room in a frenzy.
Willie gets an unforeseen visit from his old accomplice Marcus (Cox), new out of jail. He specifies there’s a vocation that should be chipped away at for $2 million in Chicago. Willie isn’t extremely ready to join Marcus since he attempted to slaughter him on their last employment, yet Marcus has apologized for that.
Willie and Marcus touch base in Chicago for Willie to find that Marcus needs to loot Giving Way, a philanthropy establishment. To aggravate matters for Willie, not just does Marcus anticipate that him will put on a Santa suit again, he finds that one of the general population chipping away at the philanthropy is his unpleasant mother, Sunny (Bates), who continually alludes to Willie as “poop stick”. Willie punches her in the face and tempests out, telling Marcus he has positively no aim of working with his mom.