Kids can be cruel, especially to the titular poor little Shyla, with her leg braces and crutches. Like Georgia Jones and Faye Reagan, who tie her to Faye's bed and give her an impromptu gynecological exam to see if she's a virgin. When Faye's mom, RayVeness, comes home, she hears the squeals coming from behind Shyla's gag and investigates. Faye's protestations ("I knew we shouldn't have played this game, Shyla") fool nobody, and RayVeness confronts Faye, grounding her and forbidding her to see Shyla again. That night, RayVeness dreams of seducing Shyla herself.
RayVeness and Georgia's mother (Ariella Ferrera) decide that their daughters should do community service, and when they both confront Georgia about how she should be discreet with intimate relationships, the discussion dissolves into a three-way. Message: It's OK to do your mother and her friend but not your handicapped classmate.
For her part, Faye is confronted with an intervention by therapists Tanya Tate and Shay Fox. Tanya asks, "Are you feeling unloved, Faye?" and Faye decides they should re-enact what they did to Shyla "to repent." By the time they're finished, she's been ... if not loved, certainly fucked. Newly empowered, Faye tells Shyla's sister Tabby that her parents are trading her for a car ("Your parents have always favored Shyla") and offers to hide her—for a carnal price.
The mindgames take the forefront in this feature where all the characters try to manipulate each other.