A movie that spoofs boy bands like N*Sync, New Kids on the Block, Backstreet Boys, etc. It's the boy band version of Spinal Tap!







Cast overview, first billed only:
Noah Bastian ... Chad Linus
... Bob Buss
Michael Cuccione ... Jason 'QT' McKnight
... Doug Linus (as Kevin Farley)
... Jerry O'Keefe
... Mickey Parke
... Erin Evans (as Lauren Smith)
Ryan Taylor ... Chris Boone ("Whoa!")
Victor Da Costa ... Ryan Suarez ("Whoa!")
Levi James ... Keleigh Mize ("Whoa!")
Steve Best ... RC Collins ('Whoa!') (as Steven Best)
Michael Curtola ... Danny Keating ("Whoa!")
... Noel Andrew Davies
... Pageant MC
... Himself


The hottest boy band today is the Back...er, Whoah. When the manager, Bob Buss, gets fired he hears Jerry and decides to start a boy band. He finds some other guys, named Chad, Doug, Q.T, and Mickey. They have just a few days until their first gig in Jacksonville. Written by Me

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Drama | Comedy | Music

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Official Sites:

MTV Official Site




Release Date:

21 February 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

2GE+HER  »


Box Office


$3,000,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Filming began in October 1999 and commenced later that year. See more »


When the manager of the group is talking to the camera after the spelling-bee performance, there is a pyramid of cups on the table in front of him, and there are three cups on the top row. Then the middle cup is gone, then back again. See more »


Mickey: Yo I'm a rebel yo, like that dude in The Matrix!
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Crazy Credits

While the credis roll, a segment rolls that is a mix of a behind the scenes segment and a segment telling what happened to the characters. See more »


Followed by 2gether: The Series (2000) See more »


Performed by Mandy Moore
Written by Jive, Denise Rich, & David Katz
Courtesy of 550/Epic Records
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
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MTV: Shitty Channel with Amazing Movies
6 September 2004 | by See all my reviews

I was a highschool freshman, the first ever made-for-TV MTV movie was being premiered, was there any doubt that I was going to watch it even though it was about a boyband? No, not at all. While I figured it would be terrible, I watched it anyway, mostly because I was in that 15 year old tool stage where I still cared what girls thought, instead of just ruffying them.

I was GREATLY surprised. This movie knocked me off of my feet. From the hilarious songs, to Kevin Farley as a member of the band, I laughed the entire time. If you have never seen it, I pity you, as it does not look as though MTV will ever release it to DVD. Your best bet? Go buy the two CD's (one from the Movie, one from the Series) and listen until your CD player explodes.

Is this the best movie ever? Quite possibly so.

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