A woman decides to have some very specific work done in this short comedy satirizing America's obsession with plastic surgery. Meg March (Cheryl Hines) is an egocentric woman in her forties who, while getting her regular bikini wax, discovers that one of her waxer's other customers will soon be getting a labiaplasty operation. While there are no compelling reasons for Meg to have the surgery, she becomes malignly obsessed with the idea of getting a "new vagina," and makes arrangements with unctuous plastic surgeon Dr. Milstein (Gary Cole) to have her privates overhauled at a cost of $24,000. When her parents refuse to lend her the money for the operation, Meg turns to a life of crime to foot the bill, but come the day of the surgery, things don't go quite as Meg or Dr. Milstein planned.
by Mark Deming synopsis