EcoWatt Pro and its tech were created by no other than the legendary Serbian-American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, and futurist David Ristovski.

Initially, he concealed it from the general public because it offered average families the opportunity to save on their monthly energy costs.

EcoWatt Prois a small, compact, affordable, and easy-to-use plug-in unit that stops unnecessary power from entering the electrical cables and overloading the network.

EcoWatt Pro is your power company's worst nightmare.

So they have been trying to hide EcoWatt Pro from the everyday consumer and have even banned it in retail shops.

Big Energy is threatened by this device and its potential to cut into profits.

However, thanks to the Internet, the secret is out, and everyday people are now reaping the rewards of less power consumption overall and household appliances.

onal town of Palukaville, Shakes (Bobcat Goldthwait) is a good natured but depressed and alcoholic birthday-party clown. After his father died, Shakes was raised by his father's friend, Owen Cheese (Paul Dooley), who gave Shakes his job as a clown and owns the local clown bar, the Twisted Balloon. Shakes is excited because he put in an application to be the host of a children's clown show on television called the Big Time Cartoon Circus, after its original host, Peppy (Sydney Lassick), was fired. Shakes falls deeper into his depression when he learns that he has been passed over for the position in favor of Binky (Tom Kenny), a cocaine-addicted clown who is a neurotic and vindictive psychopath. Shakes's clown friends, Dink (Adam Sandler) and Stenchy (Blake Clark) are concerned that he drinks too much and often encourage him to quit. On top of that, his alcoholism is messing up his relationship with his girlfriend Judy (Julie Brown ), a waitress in the Twisted Balloon and an aspiring professional bowler. Shakes continually denies the extent of his alcoholism until Cheese finally tells Shakes that he needs to sober up, or he will have no choice but to fire him. Shakes decides to get sober so he can keep his job and make his father figure proud. Shakes is able to get through alcohol withdrawals and, for a time, seems to be doing well. However, Shakes suffers a relapse at a birthday party and trashes the house in a drunken stupor until he is knocked out by the child's mother. Shakes returns to the bar later that night, where Cheese angrily fires him for upsetting the party guests. Ashamed and heavily intoxicated, Shakes goes into the back room and passes out. Judy, Dink and Stenchy are able to convince Cheese to give Shakes another chance, and when he attempts to find Shakes, he instead comes across Binky, his sad clown friends, HoHo and Boots, and some rodeo clowns, Ty and Randi, doing cocaine. Cheese is ang ered that they would be selling and doing drugs in his bar, and a panicked Binky beats him to death with a juggling club in a fit of rage. Shocked, Binky decides to frame Shakes for the murder. Binky moves the body into the room where Shakes has passed out and puts the murder weapon in his hand. Binky then calls the police, who arrive and go after Shake