We follow a young man named Nick, who is aided by his savvy friend Jeff in getting a date with the cut girl next door, named Kay. Of course, to modern eyes, this film seems completely ridiculous, but in 1951 times were much simpler and a "weenie roast" wasn't something people snickered over.
Nick seems to be a socially immature, penny pinching teen who gets dressed by mom in the morning. His friend Jeff carries himself with supreme confidence and seems to realize that dating isn't a bunch of complex games. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll thank MST for being there the whole way.
2'd mostly because the acting is truly laughable, the only person who seems to know how to act here is Jeff.
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