Corey, the moral center of the bunch, carefully documents his life in a tattered and ever-present notebook. Adam thrives on sarcastic remarks that he uses to mask his sensitivity. Jeremy must come to terms with his broken family and poverty-stricken life. Dalia, although flourishing in her all-male environment, must reexamine every decision she has made since befriending her pack at the turning point of her life. James is a sports-infatuated kid who tries hard in everything he does, often with no prevail, and Marty is an untouchable, demoralized teenager who believes the problem lies in everyone but himself. A long-coming fight tears the group apart, and each is effected in their own way. As they struggle to come to terms with themselves, each looks back on their history as a group, and wonders where things went wrong; and for the first time ever, their differences are not something to be celebrated.