Two best friends go on the run in WH Buzzard’s rollicking 1950’s satire series, There is a Generation I, II, and III.
Tim and Hect, lifelong buddies and dedicated troublemakers, love nothing better than killing time in the oil-rick outskirts of the West Texas town.
While playing war with their .22 semiautomatic rifles, they decide to up the ante and create a Molotov cocktail – which they promptly hurl into an “abandoned” junkyard office.
Horrified as a human figure appears in the window, engulfed in flames, Tim and Hect flee when they hear distant fire engine sirens, vowing to live the rest of their lives as fugitives of the law.
But their pampered lifestyle hasn’t prepared them for life in the brutal desert.
As the two friends stumble across the country, they will have to navigate con artists, wise guys and ex-convicts if they ever hope to survive in the Wild West.
Armed with dogged determination and a forehead-slapping sense of naiveté, the boys flee into the harsh West Texas desert. Because of pampered lives up till now, the two could not be less prepared to face hunger, thirst, life on the road, bizarre street people, and a world of poverty and slums, plus the mean streets of Juarez, Mexico.
The adventures continue in There is a Generation II and III, and coming soon, the fourth and final installment in the series!