After almost twenty years of marital bliss, Marc "Thunder" Savage's discontented wife, April, has had enough of her husband's depressive behavior for the past two years. Faced with some personal issues affecting his professional rock-and-roll star status as the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of Savage Thunder, his wife threatens to leave him if he doesn't clean up his act by going to rehab. It is up to Marc to win his wife's heart, once again, by eradicating his problems personally, vocally and professionally. On New Year's Eve, and after six months back in the "friend zone," Marc is getting ready to go home to his wife, clean, lean, and sober. His voice has never sounded better. He's lost weight, and he no longer needs tobacco or whiskey to help him cope with his life. He's tried everything he can to get out of the "friend zone" and into his wife's life again as her husband and savage lover. This time he's going to rock her world forever.