After a long hiatus, the "Two Coreys" are finally reunited when Corey Haim comes to stay with his best friend, Corey Feldman, and his wife, Susie. But a lot has changed in the years they have been apart--Feldman is married, a devout vegetarian, animal activist, and a non-smoker. Haim, still single and a committed carnivore, finds himself at odds with Feldman's new lifestyle and struggles to adjust to the rules of the house. The tension peaks when Haim disrupts an important dinner meeting between the Feldmans and a PETA representative.
Haim and Feldman are invited as special guests to a 20th Anniversary screening of the first "Coreys" movie, "The Lost Boys." Haim sees this as a great opportunity to promote the "Coreys" and get back in the spotlight, but Feldman seems less interested in reliving the past. The screening is a huge hit and inspires Haim to write a Lost Boys sequel, but the plan ends in heartbreak when Feldman informs him a sequel is already in production without them.
Haim's smoking habits lure Feldman back to the dark side and when Susie catches her husband smoking again, she declares it's time to break the habit. The boys attempt a variety of methods to squash their cigarette craving, such as nicotine gum and hypnotherapy, but all fail miserably. As a last resort, Susie sends them to an Indian sweat lodge, where they let go of issues from their past as well as their addiction.
It's Haim's birthday and turning 35 has him catching up on things he should have done long ago--such as learning to do laundry and getting a driver's license. Feldman and Susie plan a huge surprise party with Haim's mom, but the mood turns somber when Haim has to make an emergency visit to the hospital. After some reassuring news from the doctor, Feldman scrambles to pull together the ultimate birthday party.
Tired of being the third wheel, Haim enlists the help of his friends to solve his love life crisis. First he tries speed dating, then placing a personal ad online, but nothing seems to work. Finally, he decides to reunite with his old girlfriend, Joanne. The only problem is that she lives in England. Feldman reacts when Haim invites her to fly in for a visit.
With Joanne in town, Haim is finally happy and the Feldman's finally have some time to themselves. Feldman and Susie decide to take advantage of this and head to the mountains for a romantic getaway. But when Haim begins to question his relationship with Joanne, he decides to crash the Feldman's little vacation--much to Susie's dismay. With Joanne's time stateside running out and their relationship at a turning point, Haim tries to avoid the mistakes he's made in the past.
After learning of Feldman's love of performing with his band, The Truth Movement, Haim decides to book the band at a local club as a surprise for Feldman. A nice thought, but Haim has no concept of how much preparation is needed and drops all the work in Feldman's lap. Now Feldman and his band mates must scramble to put together a full-fledged rock concert in a matter of days.
After eight weeks of living together, the simmering tension between Cory Haim and Feldman's wife Susie reaches a boiling point. After a spat about Haim's slovenly living habits, Haim threatens to leave, but decides to stay for a business meeting with Cory Feldman and an up-and-coming movie director. When Haim discovers Susie pressuring Feldman to send Haim packing, Haim confronts the Feldmans and an explosive argument ensues. The shouting match quickly becomes physical, and Haim decides it is time for him to leave for good. The "Coreys" are over...for now.
Feldman and Susie look back at the previous 8 weeks of life with Corey Haim, adding insights to the experience and sharing many unseen moments.