In "Overdose," everyone but Brian's deliberately clueless girlfriend thinks he is a self-absorbed playboy who is more concerned with the catch of the day than heeding his mother's warnings about the eventual downfall of his flighty lifestyle. His right-hand man, Mike, hides behind an outwardly jovial facade to mask a shameful family secret. Tyler, the most level-headed of the trio, is running from his past to build a better future. The skeleton in his closet could shake the fragile foundation of those around him. These men's negligence to stand up and fight their demons eventually corrupts those closest to them, including the younger generation and the women in their lives, women battling their own issues.