Bronson once again out of work and running low on cash lands a job with a company more concerned with its in house baseball team than its products. Bronson teams with the hotshot pitcher(Kurt Russell) who has big league prospects and at the same time big league doubts about making the move to the Dance.
Bronson hooks up with another out on the edge old friend with a pregnant wife. This time the friend is a back from Vietnam vet of Native American heritage who wants to return to his native culture which includes sweat lodge and hallucinations.
The ever multi-talented but ever broke Bronson teams up with a local singer at a local bar and wins the local talent contest. Fame and fortune beckon until it turns out Bronson's partner is a plagerist.
Back to manual labor, Bronson hires on to help a local artist, with a taste for wine and an eye for women, paint a barn. While Bronson is painting one side of the barn the artist is working on a barn side sized rendering of a naked lady on the other.
Somehow, Bronson winds up working and staying with an Amish type religious family. Amish type boy takes off on the cycle and heads for the big city where he meets a girl and spends the night with her, once again proving the aphrodisiac power of riding a Harley.