"It's not in man's nature to be faithful," Luke (Archer) giddily asserts to his
fellow waiter Markus (Andreas) at a trendy Manhattan eatery. Luke then suggests
his co-worker give promiscuity a try. Recently jilted Markus wants more than the
tawdry lifestyle of his clubhopping Chelsea cohorts, but a chiseled model soon
helps him to forget his ex. Ultimately, Slutty Summer attempts to convey some
kind of moral about romantic love triumphing over sex. However, this message
gets lost in the film's bawdy humor and the over-the-top comedic stylings of its
clumsy ensemble cast.