This sequel starts off where the last one left off with the giant mutant squirrel Tromie attacking Nuke ‘Em High. A (model) helicopter equipped with Patriot missiles disguised as a giant acorn swoops in and blows him up real good. Then it all goes downhill fast during the opening credits, where there’s a loooong flashback from Part 2 loaded with nonstop confusing narration which will make your head hurt. In what passes as a “plot” (if you consider an incomprehensible mishmash of senseless narration and gratuitous re-using of footage from Part 2 a plot) Brick Bronsky returns from the previous entry as Roger Smith and also as his twin subhumanoid sons, Dick and Adlai. One is good and one is bad (hence the subtitle), and the evil Dr. Slag, PHD wants them to battle. The constant in-jokes and Troma plugs not to mention the awful dubbing will get on your nerves real fast. Like the second flick, at least there’s a cool theme song. Ron Jeremy shows up for a minute, if you care. Probably the worst flick to come out of Tromaville. And that’s saying something.