Yowza, you'd think we were on the eve of nuclear destruction or something, but alas, it's too late for even Dolph to save anything, as a 9.5 earthquake in the year 2006 has reversed the flow of the Mississippi River and broken California off into the sea, where army officer Dolph and a band of misfits find themselves holed up in a shabby, Mad Maxish desert existence. If the heat, lack of food, and dearth of water don't get you, the crazies who live at the old prison up the road probably will!
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