The trouble all starts when Chris (Chris Elliott) is standing in the street in front of his house and gets hit by a car. When Tricia, the beautiful driver (Emma Samms of General Hospital) gets out to see if he's okay, Chris instantly falls in love. "You are the most beautiful woman I have ever seen," he tells her, "with the possible exception of Charles Durning." It turns out that Tricia is a brilliant physician and scientist, and when Chris shows up at her job and professes his love she spurns him. At first he accepts this. "There are plenty of other fish out there in the sea of recklessly driving cars," he whines, but Chris can't seem to get her out of his head. His landlord Gus (Brian Doyle Murray) scoffs when Chris thinks of moving on and encourages Chris to try harder to impress Tricia with his devotion. "Don't just call her," he suggests, "Call her every 15 minutes. Write her endless rambling deranged letters in your own blood." Soon Chris is stalking Tricia like there's no tomorrow. After an unsuccessful attempt to woo her by gluing his hand to her shoe ("With this glue, I thee wed."), he visits the local drugstore, where Evelyn (Amy Yasbeck), the cashier, is immediately smitten with him. Before long, Chris has his hands full trying to stalk Tricia while Evelyn is stalking him -- and Evelyn is not going to take no for an answer.
by Josh Ralske synopsis