Abby/Charlie, Molly/Lucas written by Katy Ballard, directed by Tim Andrew Gabe notices Abby's sudden "girly" change, and notices the attraction between his best friend, Charlie, and his younger sister, Abby. He decides to stay around, and catches Charlie and Abby in the stake out tent. Charlie defends his love for Abby, and tells Gabe he has to get use to it... that his sister is hot! Gabe understands this, and asks Abby if she needs help. She tells her no, and she resumes with Charlie. Meanwhile with Lucas, and Molly, Lucas apologizes to Molly and tells her that he wants to spend his whole life with her. Molly is shocked, and tells him, "really?" he then dumps her, saying "no not really." and walks away (BTW, a very funny scene). "Dorm Alone" written by Erica Rothschild, directed by Danny Salles Roxy and Scott find out that Justin and Maureen have been seeing each other behind their backs, and breaks up with them. Maureen and Justin has sex for the first time as a couple, and calls it weird, despite not having the thrill of not getting caught. [This segment ends.]Haskell/Keisha/Marco written by Dave Holden, directed by Paula Goldberg Haskell is not to sure about the sex scene that appears in the movie, and is upset that Marco, the writer, director, and the star is doing his girlfriend. While in bed, he notices Keisha going over time with remembering her lines. She tells him that she gets a little nervous infront of camera, so he decides to tape them. One thing leads to another, and they start to have sex.moreless
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