Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back is a film that focuses on Kevin Smith's eponymous stoner characters, Jay and Silent Bob. While the two are hanging out in front of their local convenience store, they learn that a Bluntman & Chronic film is being made; Bluntman & Chronic is a comic book series whose titular characters were heavily inspired by Jay and Silent Bob. When the two learn that Bluntman & Chronic will be played by actors that they can't stand and also realize that they haven't received royalties from the movie deal, Jay and Silent Bob head to Hollywood to either get their money or to stop the film from being made.
Since Hollywood is a good deal of distance away from New Jersey, the guys take to hitchhiking across the country. This brings them into contact with a kindly nun, who eventually kicks the guys out of her car due to some misinformation they received from a drifter, as well as a group of twenty-somethings in a van. As things continue, it's revealed that the girls, Missy, Sissy, Chrissy, and Justice, are all planning to liberate a bunch of test animals from a testing facility and are relying on the guys to unwittingly take the fall for their lawbreaking.
The film's final act involves a freed orangutan, a tranquilizer gun, beating up James Van Der Beek and Jason Biggs, Mark Hamill as the Bluntman & Chronic movie's villain, and a walk off into the sunset with hands held.
Now that AMC has more or less dominated the cable drama market (see the list of "Critics' Choice Television Awards" nominees for proof), it's time for the next step. No, not comedy. Reality TV! The network has a new show lined up, and Kevin Smith is involved. Yes, that Kevin Smith. The guy who wrote and directed films like "Clerks," "Mallrats" and "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back" is executive producing a reality show.