Babu Schwartz, a young New York man in her early twenties, was distressed by her terrible life. She was at a loss and knew nothing about her future and hopes. Babu Schwartz is single, has a stable job and has an apartment on Roosevelt Island. But she hated her job as a paralegal, her one-bedroom apartment on Roosevelt Island, and her family's constant urge to find someone. She is really tired of this kind of life. How she wished she had a different life. And now there's nothing she can do. She doesn't dare to jump out of her present life easily. When she was reunited with her childhood friend ballerina Billy, her life changed dramatically, and Billy became Babu Schwartz's best friend. It was his life that she most wanted to achieve, and with his encouragement, Babu Schwartz began to try to get out of her existing life. She took an improvisation course and found that she had a gift for drama, which rekindled her passion for comedy and wanted to reshape her life.