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Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds -- How far would you go to get the person of your dreams? In the first Eating Out, Kyle  convinced his straight roommate to pretend to be gay in order to get the girl. Now, with the help of Gwen and Tiffani , Kyle pretends to be heterosexual in order to land Troy , and the new guy who's turning the heads of both men and women.


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After Marc dumps him, Kyle unites with Gwen and Tiffani to land sexually confused art model Troy by pretending to be straight. However, Marc wants Troy, too, and members from a notorious "ex-gay" group are slipping for the both of them. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Jim Verraros ... Kyle

Emily Brooke Hands ... Gwen Anderson

Rebekah Kochan ... Tiffani von der Sloot
Brett Chukerman ... Marc Everhard

Scott Vickaryous ... Jacob Buchanan

Mink Stole ... Helen

Marco Dapper ... Troy

Adrian Quinonez ... Octavio

James Michael Bobby ... Allan

Joseph Morales ... Derek
Michael Serrato ... Neil

Sarah Lilly ... Linda Buchanan
Andrew Ley ... Shane

Nicholas James ... Surfer Guy
Todd Mitchell ... Eric
Jessie Gold ... Violet
John Dewis ... Sebastian
Chad Topaz ... Marc's Trick
Jason Streater ... Very Hot Guy

Larry Laboe ... Roy
John R. Corella ... Hot Shirtless Guy (as John Corella)
Leandro Maeder ... Hot Clothed Guy
Rafael Orduna ... Male Student

Ochuwa Oghie ... Female Student

Ray Paolantonio ... Male Student Press #1
Parry Strain ... Male Student Press #2

Lotti Pharriss Knowles ... Female Conservative (as Lotti Louise Pharriss)
Tim Maddock ... Conservative #1
Michael Shoel ... Conservative #2 (as Michael Jack Shoel)
Nathan Bishop ... Male Student (as Nate Bishop)
Joey Labriola ... Male Student
Martha L. Flores ... Female Student
Naoko Inada ... Female Student
Q. Allan Brocka ... Male Student

Directed by
Phillip J. Bartell 
Writing credits
Phillip J. Bartell  &
Q. Allan Brocka 

Q. Allan Brocka  characters (uncredited)

Produced by
Q. Allan Brocka .... producer
J.D. Disalvatore .... producer
David Kittredge .... associate producer (as Dave Kittredge)
Jeffrey Schwarz .... producer
Michael Shoel .... executive producer (as Michael Jack Shoel)
Michael Shoel .... producer (as Michael Jack Shoel)
Original Music by
Cary Berger 
Boris Worister 
Cinematography by
Lisa Wiegand (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Phillip J. Bartell 
Scott Hatcher 
Casting by
Patrick Baca 
Production Design by
Michael Fitzgerald 
Art Direction by
Rodrigo Cabral 
Costume Design by
Glenda Maddox 
Makeup Department
Isaac Beal .... hair stylist swing
Isaac Beal .... makeup artist: swing
Mei Lei .... hair stylist swing
Mei Lei .... makeup artist: swing
Isaac Meyers .... key hair stylist
Isaac Meyers .... key makeup artist
Jessica Taru .... hair stylist swing
Jessica Taru .... makeup artist: swing
Natalie Thimm .... key hair stylist
Natalie Thimm .... makeup artist
Production Management
Donovan Kosters .... post-production supervisor
Mike Nichols .... post-production supervisor (as Mike J. Nichols)
Nicole M. White .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nathan Bishop .... second second assistant director
Gary Cotti .... first assistant director
Daisy Muñoz .... second assistant director (as Daisy Munoz)
Art Department
Naoko Inada .... set dresser
Debra Miller .... painter
Debra Miller .... scenic
Anthony Ochoa .... artist: Gwen's living room
Ashley Ramirez .... art department production assistant
Chad Simpson .... artist: drawings & posters
Jack Xiong .... art department intern
Jack Xiong .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Robert Hana .... sound mixer
Kenny Klimak .... audio sweetening: Barking Dog Sound
Kenny Klimak .... sound mixer: Barking Dog Sound
Dylan Reynolds .... boom operator
Camera and Electrical Department
Chris J. Arnesen .... electrician (as CJ Arnesen)
Chris J. Arnesen .... grip (as CJ Arnesen)
Phillip Bolles .... second assistant camera (as Phil Bolles)
Ryan Brookhart .... still photographer: publicity stills
Matthew Castellitto .... electric intern (as Matt Castellitto)
Matthew Castellitto .... grip (as Matt Castellitto)
Jayson Crothers .... key grip
Chris Dinielli .... best boy electric
Pilar Galvez .... camera intern (as Pillar Galvez)
Gyasi Hardin .... first assistant camera
Jamie Prevost .... second assistant camera
David Quantic .... still photographer (as Dave Quantic)
Michael Roy .... gaffer
Marc Shap .... first assistant camera
Curtis Sherman .... best boy grip
Megan Ulrich .... first assistant camera: dayplay sub
Casting Department
Tony Miros .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lara Cilento .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Michael Garber .... color correction: 5th Wall Entertainment
Michael Garber .... on-line editor: 5th Wall Entertainment
Scott Hatcher .... assistant editor
Ian Sklarsky .... assistant editor
Music Department
Cary Berger .... musician: score performer
Boris Worister .... musician: score performer
Other crew
Tara Carbajal .... craft service coordinator
Mike Dennert .... script supervisor
Jim Dobson .... publicity: Indie PR
Martha L. Flores .... assistant: executive producer
Shane McCabe .... production accountant
Tony Miros .... rehearsal assistant
Grant Nellessen .... title design
Dean Sheldon Serwin .... legal affairs (as Dean Serwin Esq.)
Taryn Teigue .... office manager: Automat Pictures
Nicole M. White .... production coordinator
Tara Carbajal .... key on-set production assistant (uncredited)
Otto Porrazzo .... insurance broker (uncredited)
Sean Abley .... special thanks
Alek .... special thanks: Ohlala Mag
Aaron Ambrose .... special thanks
Kelly Anderson .... special thanks
Dan Asma .... special thanks
Ed Baran .... special thanks
William Barrantes Jr. .... special thanks
Crissy Brookshire .... special thanks
Joe Broulette .... special thanks
Joey Cesaro .... special thanks
Casey Clark .... special thanks (as Casey '3pm' Clark)
Anne Clements .... special thanks
Caesar Filori .... special thanks
Martha L. Flores .... special thanks (as Martha Flores)
Glenn Gaylord .... special thanks
Aaron Gelfand .... special thanks
Tony Hana .... special thanks: Screen Actors Guild (SAG )
Matthew Hanger .... special thanks
Daniel Hatch .... special thanks
Julianne Hausler .... special thanks
Jude Higdon-Topaz .... special thanks (as Jude Higdon)
B. Jones .... special thanks (as Buddha Jones)
Joey Labriola .... special thanks
Craig Martin .... special thanks
Nelson Melegrito .... special thanks
Marty Meyer .... special thanks
Tony Miros .... special thanks
Grant Nellessen .... special thanks
Eric A. Peterson .... special thanks
Steve Pinto .... special thanks
Patrik-Ian Polk .... special thanks (as Patrik Ian Polk)
Danielle Probst .... special thanks
David Quantic .... special thanks
Howard Rabinowitz .... special thanks (as Matt Hanger)
W. Lance Reynolds .... special thanks
Jamie Rhodes .... special thanks
Britton Rizzio .... special thanks
J.C. Ryden .... special thanks (as JC Ryden)
Thomas Schobel .... special thanks (as Tommy Schobel)
Bruce Steele .... special thanks
Steph .... special thanks: Ohlala Mag
Richard Tate .... special thanks
Mike Thomas .... special thanks: Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center
Chad Topaz .... special thanks
Trent Vanegas .... special thanks
Rachel Winter .... special thanks (as Rachel Rothman)
Mark Worister .... special thanks
Robert Yaffe .... special thanks: Infinity Management
Miley Yanamoto .... special thanks
Donald A. Zelkowski .... special thanks (as Donald Zelkowski)
Lauren Zuckerman .... special thanks

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Also Known As:
"Eating Out 2: Different Rocks" - USA (DVD box title)
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USA:79 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Feature film debut of Brett Chukerman, who portrays Marc.See more »
[Troy drops his robe, ready to model nude for art class]
Troy:[to Mr. Thompson] So, uh, w-where do you want me?
Tiffani:[almost to herself] On my face!
Neil:[to Troy, nervously] D-Right here on my desk and, uh, we'll get you in, um, several different positions.
Kyle:[almost to himself] Missionary, reverse-cowgirl, sixty-nine...
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Movie Connections:
References The Naked Mile (2006) (V)See more »
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11 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Much better than the first film, 25 August 2007
Author: MatttheBruinsfan from United States

This movie really pleasantly surprised me. I expected that its sole redeeming feature would be the eye candy, as was the case with the original. But it was well written, capably directed, and Verraros, Hand, and Kochan gave good, hysterically funny performances. I wouldn't have guessed the latter two had any talent based on Eating Out, but it seems that was all Q. Allan Brocka's doing rather than the fault of the actresses. Working with Bartell's words and direction they're a delight to watch. Brett Chuckerman isn't quite as charismatic as Ryan Carnes was in the same role, but he does a good job. And Marco Dapper... is very, very good looking. (Hey, just because it turned out to be a good movie doesn't mean they forgot the eye candy...)

I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a funny, sexy movie to spend some time with.

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