Sixteen-year-old Tabby Victrola is confused when her friend Dominic asks her to sneak into a man's apartment and steal a plastic bottle of kids' bubble-blowing solution. The question on Tabby's mind is why, but she goes through with the robbery anyway, thinking it'll be a
piece of cake. It is, with just one exception: Tabby panics when the sleeping man stirs, and she decides to hurl a bowling ball at his head.
Once safely back at home, Tabby tries to forget about her crime and starts blowing the bubbles from the bottle on her family members and best friend. Then she figures out why they were worth stealing--they give people instant midlife crises.
After Tabby's mother leaves for New York to join the Rockettes, her father buys a vintage VW van and jump-starts a macrobiotic diet, and her best friend Juliette ditches her for Kant and the tattoo parlor, Tabby is left feeling very alone, not to mention very pursued by local
law enforcement. Can Tabby evade the police for long enough to get some straight information out of Dominic, reverse the effects of the bubble solution, and reclaim life as usual?
Sometimes there's just nothing to be said.