The studio is shooting a movie about a security guard. To research the role, the star is going to be following around Jimmy, Billy and Roy for a week. As they soon find out, the star is none other than Chuck Norris. Jimmy idolizes him, and hopes that the two of them can become friends -- so much so that he dreams they're starring in a movie together. Meanwhile, Billy and Roy have their own dreams of appearing on TV with Mr. Norris. The next day, the three all get themselves dolled up for Chuck, and show the Texas Ranger their daring line of work. Helping a woman who's locked herself out of her office. When the guys fight for Chuck's attention and Jimmy gets mad at his buddies, Chuck uses him as his inspiration, and invites him over to his place to hang out -- in order to soak up more of his personality for his role. But Chuck's personality isn't quite what Jimmy thought it was after he arrives at the Norris house, and sees firsthand that Chuck is just another boring father whose greatest sense of adventure is changing a diaper. Jimmy thinks things might actually get exciting when Chuck invites him to the gym -- only it turns out to be a kiddie gym. When Chuck starts phoning Jimmy to ask for child-rearing advice, Jimmy realizes he needs to make a clean break. So he takes Chuck to a bar, and tells him he doesn't want to hang out anymore, because the great action hero isn't interesting enough for him. As Chuck plans to walk out of Jimmy's life, a big, bad biker picks a fight with him, and Chuck proves to Jimmy that he's every bit the tough guy he played on TV. But now that Jimmy wants to hang out after all, it's too little, too late.