On one particular morning, John (Brandon Hursell of The God Memoirs) awoke in his bed, covered in blood, unaware of what has happened to him. He tried to speak, but can only regurgitate black thick vomit. In agony he made his way to his feet and into his bathroom, where he discovered lodged in his ear...a Dear John letter... from his brain. This begins John's comedic and tragic journey to find his brain and the reason for its departure. The only problem is John has only 1 friend in the world to help him, Julian (John Evans of TimeLapse) who doesn t believe him and tries to keep John from venturing further, as he fears John has gone mad. John begins to slowly realize that without a brain his reality is coming under control of his collective unconscious and now he must face his inner demons to expose the truth. But, in a reality of distrust, rabbits, bears, little girls, demons, lust, corpse sex, and cat murders, how does one derive meaning from the world around them...and how do you find your brain?