The plot of this comedy drama formed the memoirs of Ken Baker. The main character, Peter Newman, is already a rather adult man who works as a sexologist, easily gathers full halls for his lectures and communicates openly on intimate topics with the audience. It would seem that in this sensitive issue he should be a pro, but quite the opposite. Peter never experienced sexual attraction to women, which led to the appearance of rumors about his unconventional orientation. Once he happened to be in a hospital bed, and doctors discovered he had a pituitary tumor, which is known to be responsible for the human hormone state. Just three weeks after the operation to remove the tumor, the young man felt significant changes in the body. Raging hormones started the process of sexual maturation. Everything that adolescents usually feel during puberty overtook Newman, only at a more adult age. Now he urgently needs a girl, which leads to ridiculous and curious situations.