Science and technology court romance as a technological consultancy company splashes onto the dating scene that specializes in relationships and offers a unique service to both singles and couples where clients are provided with DNA enhancements, memory transplants and personality modifications to suit their desired new, or current relationship and partner. The company which boasts of partnerships that last a lifetime and the perfect couplings however, suddenly starts to encounter problems and some teething problems when a number break ups start to occur and chaos rapidly ensues as various clients present problems to the company that are a million miles away from the romantic bliss that the company's customers have been guaranteed. Due to their corporate commitment to provide clients with a new and improved romantic future, the company must then rapidly find the roots of decay that have blunted their corporate teeth but problems aren't always easy to find, especially when they involve technology, science and the most unpredictable element of all, human beings. Written by Jill Thrussell.
Synopsis (to be updated)
One couple that are dissatisfied with their relationship and due to their yearning to enhance their romantic and sexual fulfilment at any cost, decide to attend the revolutionary clinic to upgrade their physical appearance however, things start to become extremely complicated when they begin to compare themselves to others with more attractive physical attributes and they find themselves competing with images of physicality that seem far superior to their own. A competitive division rapidly develops between the couple which threatens to destroy their romantic bliss as they begin to question not only themselves but also their satisfaction with each other. Meanwhile, a new male client attends the clinic that decides to sacrifice his memories and personality to become the man that he thinks will steal the heart of the woman he loves but unknown to him, she has other plans and is actually becoming someone that he will have to work even harder to attain and a hilarious play off results in a romantic chase of catch me, kiss me. Written by Jill Thrussel Written by Jill Thrussell.
Genre: Sci-fi Romantic Comedy
Tag: Perfect Love Requires Perfect Couples...
This project forms a part of an anthology collection called Love Upgraded.
Songs: Fast But Not Least, Love Rivals
Meet Some of the Characters:
Female, lively, funny, sincere and sweet, Sybil is the female partner of the couple who attend the download clinic in an attempt to perfect their physical appearance. Due to Ariel’s past professional experiences as an athlete, she has always felt a little insecure about the women that he was surrounded by who often enhanced themselves with physical surgery. Being a very naturalistic type of women, Sybil often opposed carrying out such modifications to her own body in the past however, Ariel finally manages to convince her that this is the ultimate way to perfect themselves physically with very little risk and enhance their sex life. When some of the women they meet at the clinic start to compete with Sybil for Ariel’s affections however that brings out a much more competitive, devious, bitchy side of her that she never even knew existed.
Male, extrovert, arrogant, confident and sarcastic, Ariel is the male partner of Sybil and a former athlete. When he becomes dissatisfied as his body is affected by an injury which means, he can no longer play sports professionally, he seeks to return his body to its peak physical state through the physical modifications offered by the Enhance clinic at Renodate. The more frequently he engages in the procedures however and compares himself to some of the other men around him, some of whom flirt with Sybil, the more addicted he becomes to creating a physical stature that is absolutely perfect.
A nerdoholic, eccentric, geeky, harmless male is a fan of Ariel and assigned to him as a personal ass kisser for a month as a gift that he won through a charity auction. Nutty adores being a fan to several stars and as he attends the clinic alongside Ariel, he becomes besotted by Princess Vasara, who he even attempts to woo with some very outlandish, strange efforts. Ariel notices his romantic struggle and attempts to provide him with assistance on how to win her heart but rather unfortunately, Princess Vasara is slightly more interested in Ariel than she is in Nutty.
A single female attendee at Enhance clinic, Princess Vasara is spoilt, immature, obnoxious, insensitive and slightly overbearing. She attends the clinic to for some body enhancements usually with her mother in tow, who picks up the financial tab. A former child model, her mother actually gave her the title Princess Vasara and treats her as if she is royalty as she has won several child beauty pageant crowns and is very accustomed to being adored, merely due to her physical appearance, most of which has already been cosmetically enhanced.
A single male that attends the clinic who appears to be a sex addict, his attendance is primarily focused upon the adjustment of memories that involve his past sexual conquests and the replacement of the females that he slept with in each instance with the hottest girls around that he wishes he'd been intimate with at the time. Rather unfortunately however, Gus decides to overwrite his very first ever sexual experience with Chantal, a female to whom he is later reintroduced to by Samantha a consultant that works for Renodate, who hopes to reignite the passion between them both. The reintroduction rapidly presents Gus with an awkward issue alongside some sparks of hope as Chantal has no idea that Gus has replaced her in his memory of their first shared virginal sexual experience and that he no longer actually remembers their romantic fumbling, or bodily intertwining as youngsters. Due to the fact that Chantal is now absolutely stunning, a decision must then be quickly made by Gus as to whether or not he should admit the truth to Chantal as now, she could actually offer him the possible provision of a current girlfriend which as he is aware, would definitely resolve the majority of the current frustration he now faces in life as a very single, socially challenged man.