The entire movie is McBain performing stand-up comedy, standing against a brick wall (much in the style of Jerry Seinfeld), talking bad jokes to an audience. When some of them criticize, he kills them with various weapons, including machine gun and grenade.
Jay Sherman reviewed McBain: Let's Get Silly in his show, Coming Attractions, with Wolfcastle as a guest. After showing some scenes from the movie, Wolfcastle said that it cost $80 million to film it. Disgusted, Sherman sarcastically asked him how he slept at night. Wolfcastle, who didn't notice the sarcasm, replied "On top of a pile of money with many beautiful ladies."