Our story unravels as three teens receive parental scoldings for their disappointing behavior. Billy for using his parents' credit cards to buy time with prostitutes. Tiffany for refusing to get the boob-job she needs in order to win the Catholic Schoolgirl Beauty Pageant. And Doink? Problems with punctuality. All three are sent to reform school: the notorious Hell Hole High.
The new enrollees are caught by surprise by Hell Hole High's tough-love philosophy. The sex-ed teacher punishes one of her students by burning him alive. The P.E. teacher subjects his boys to a harsh regimen of unseemly touchings. And when the music teacher gives a lesson in rock 'n roll guitar, the body parts really go flying.
In an era where the disparity between rich and poor is ever-widening, why are private corporate interests allowed to secretly hire space aliens and get tax breaks to take over the world? Paul Alien answers these questions and more while exposing the audience to Seattle's sordid economic underbelly of hobo street performers, anarchist junkies and an anti-alien resistance cell.
Paul Alien contains shocking surveillance footage of Mr. Allen interacting with strange looking two-foot-tall alien creatures, known as 'Skoolabugs' and from the planet Zorkon. And, in a rare interview, media-shy Paul Allen admits that he plans to turn Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood into an intergalactic launch pad.