Walden and Alan approach a couple of girls and ask them out. And the one Alan hooks up with is "easy" to please. And when they are about to go out Lyndsey shows up, Alan is worried how she will react. But she says she's OK with it because they are not in a relationship. And just when things between Alan and the girl were heating up, Lyndsey calls up and she's drunk and saying she's not OK with it. So Alan goes to Walden who's about to get it on with his girl to ask what should he do.- Written by firstname.lastname@example.org
The boys are shocked to see how easily Jenny moves on women, who seem all too often willing to have lesbian fun, even when her 'gaydar' strikes out. Cockily, Alan demonstrates to skeptical Walden in a bar how his assertive attitude and lines give him a shot at women. They move on a pair of 'princesses' who work as Disney characters, one dumb enough for Alan, her mate nerdy enough to match with Walden, who alas is bitterly surprised by Jeff Probst, whom he often spied upon by telescope when home alone in the nude. Lyndsey's surprise arrival, after confusing Alan, spoils both princess dates. Alan however gets another shot, which surprisingly ends up inverting their attitude towards her lover Larry.- Written by KGF Vissers
Alan and Walden hook up with a pair of theme park princesses until Lyndsey's jealousy of Alan's new flame ruins everything.- Written by email@example.com
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