Lost Angeles presents a gallery of ten Gen Xers confronting being adults and relating to other people and simultaneously trying to make their own marks in the world. They include: a scientist who's gotten himself a date with a beautiful woman whom he had been stalking; she, on the other hand, is being pursued by her ex-boyfriend; her female friend is on a date off a MySpace profile with someone who turns out to be "the world's hottest lesbian"; this hottie used to be in love with a man...who works at two Los Angeles cultural icons, a premium coffee joint and a Mexican fast-food emporium; there's a man who wants to marry his girlfriend, who wants no part of it; and two recently arrived Mexican immigrants, a caddy and his pregnant sister.
Don't look for Chekhov here. Most of them are in love, but some of them will actually get who they want. This is a very much a romantic comedy for 21st Century Los Angeles.