Jon, a nervous if not neurotic, young man, arrives at his emotionally needy ex-girlfriend's apartment to confront her about their recent break-up. He finds that Margaret is not alone, but has a naked man and a naked woman with her. She provides a perfectly innocent explanation: the naked people are there to symbolize Jon and Margaret's vulnerability in this crucial break-up scene. As Margaret and Jon attempt to discuss the future of their relationship, Margaret finds herself vying for Jon's attention, He cannot seem to take his eyes off the silent and still nudes. Frustrated and hurt that not only her boyfriend, but also the entire audience, is paying more attention to the inactive naked people that they are to her, Margaret decides to strip in a desperate plea for attention. However, she soon realizes that she can't do it. Dejected she exits, taking Jon with her, leaving the audience alone with the object of their interest.