is divided into three sections: "The Best that Could Happen," "The Worst that Could Happen," and "The Real Thing." The first two parts are fiction, and pretty much every ride in the Best involves the offer of drugs at some point. In fact, Waters' very first (fictional) ride comes from Harris, "an art-school type dressed in brown jeans and an old Charles Theater T-shirt." When Harris asks why Waters isn't making a film, the director explains the difficulty of funding. So Harris, which was also Divine's real name, says, "I'm a pot dealer . . . don't worry, there's none in the car, it's all on my West Virginia farm, but I've got plenty of cash. How much do you need?" The pair then make their way to Harris' farm, dig up some cash, and send it back to Baltimore via a corrupt FedEx office.