June 12, 1993, The Hudson Valley Paintball Classic. It was the darkest day in paintball history: the day that Bobby Dukes (Rob Corddry
While leading his team to their unprecedented fourth consecutive victory, Bobby was shot. Desperate to stay in the game, Bobby intentionally wiped the paint from his jersey, thus committing paintball's most heinous crime - "Wiping." An over zealous referee (Paul Scheer) spotted the wipe and ejected Bobby from the game. The three-time champ was banned from the sport and rejected by the paintball community. Deemed a cheater, disgraced and humiliated, Bobby disappeared.
Ten years later, the ban lifted, a well-traveled and more mature Bobby is back to prove himself on the field that made him famous. To his dismay he finds that no one will play with him. To them he is still and always will be a cheater. On the verge of giving up hope, Bobby joins forces with the most unlikely of allies -- the referee that caught him cheating.
Assembling a team of misfits, Bobby is determined to win back his title and erase the tainted memory of his past.