Whitney (a dude) loves Taylor (a chick), but it's a question who really wears the pants in their relationship (and if they're both committed to it). He cooks, cleans, irons and wants to bring their 4-year relationship toward a marriage after the death of his father; she wants to booze it up and continue playing the field (more or less) while lying about her activities to her strict and rigidly religious bible-quoting parents. Adding to this is Aldo, a male model and former prom date of Taylor's, who lives with them and does what he can to sabotage their relationship, aiming to have Taylor to himself. Can the Whitney-Taylor pairing succeed in a romantic comedy or is it destined to fall apart in a mild satire on gender roles?
The story of a boy, who loves a girl, who loves a girl.
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Did You Know?
I told the girls at lunch today that we had one drink and the night ended. If I hear alternate stories floating around, you'll be fired.
Written by Adam C. Tenenbaum
Performed by Adam C. Tenenbaum (as Adam Corey)
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