Synopsis:14 year old frisbee-loving Lou Minsky watches helpless as Tom Corbett burns down Lou's trailer with his beloved Momma inside. Forced to take her place as the whore for the local air base, Lou gives up frisbee and spends the next 25 years pretending (badly) to be a woman and blowing airmen in the toilets of Cesar's bar.
When the base closes down, and a redevelopment of the cemetery is announced, Cesar digs up Momma's bones, throws them in a sack and he and Lou head on the road to seek glory on the professional frisbee circuit.
Roaring through the qualifying events, Lou arrives at the year's biggest tournament in Carson City, NV only to find that the king of frisbee is none other than Tom Corbett. Lou sets the tournament on fire, it looks like all that can stop him are Cesar's sudden attempts to make him go home to North Dakota - once Lou has sucked enough cock to pay for Cesar's suite and Lou's crummy room in the hotel basement.
A meeting with an Arapaho frisbee fan and a story about Lou being the reincarnation of a native American warrior convince Lou to stay in the tournament.
Still short of money, Lou takes thirty bucks to blow Tom Corbett, still not realising who he is, and is about to do TV commentator Bob Zerr when he discovers that Bob is his long-lost father.
Back in the competition, Lou comes within a whisker of claiming the championship when a technical ruling means he has to throw again. Before he can take his turn, Lou is confronted by Filipino gangster Tony Matapang who Cesar has sold him out to to protect Tony's $75 betting book. Tony breaks Lou's hand with Momma's femur, ruling him out of the contest and meaning Tom Corbett is champion yet again.
Trying to hitch a lift back to North Dakota, Lou and the native American meet Tom Corbett who reveals himself as Lou's Momma's killer. Lou challenges Tom to Disc o'Death - a frisbee showdown - and, after a Rocky-style blood and guts bout in the car park, Lou is victorious.
One year on and Cesar has been trafficked to the Philipines to work as a whore in Tony Matapang's bar while Lou and the Arapaho are running a frisbee-themed Wild West show.