A man of seemingly moderate appetites will compromise his morals and principles in crazy and unlikely ways for love, for money, and for the love of money. The two ethically void brothers whose simple and base scheme for enrichment provides the narrative structure for National Lampoon’s Gold Diggers (2003) are at heart simple fellows who would not harm a flea, except that they cannot conceive any easy way to amass a fortune other than to marry a pair of ancient, rich biddies and encourage the crones to croak and leave their cash behind. So dense are the heroes that they do not recognize true evil when it agrees to wed them and then sets about murdering them in a plot to collect insurance money. Can these unlikely nuptials lead to true love all around? How about some agreement upon adequate remuneration?