Kyle Jarvis is hiding. He has moved into Le Trou Du Cul, a pleasant suburban apartment complex, to hide from those he has wronged. But the well-hidden complex is not as quiet as he had hoped. And there are the odd neighbors. A reclusive old actress, a man who listens to Christmas music year-round, and the Horn Family - the patriarch of which who has found a way to travel back in time to his 1980's hay-day - are fighting a demon!
The forest surrounding the complex is ready to engulf the building. Unknown animals are appearing on the grounds - including a family of Sasquatch and a Nessie-like serpent in the small man-made lake. A ghost is haunting one apartment while another is shrinking. And a demon, the (almost) evil Slymind Braintwist, is the cause of it all.
When the Horn Family's son, the trouble-making Timmy, disappears, the tenants must ban together and form an alliance with Jarvis as their unlikely leader, in hopes of returning the boy home. It is up to Jarvis and Summer, a neo-hippy, to lead the way. Summer has enlisted the help of the flamboyant clairvoyant, Anton Snow, to fight the battle.
An absurdist allegory about conforming, lost dreams, and regret, overflowing with horror and humor, The Demon, the Dumbwaiter and the Douchebag is a hilarious social satire that will have its listener cringing and laughing in equal measure.