After graduation, three Yale study friends, Chicago Cubs fans from L.A. who shared a house, plan a last wild summer before entering professional life. In New York, Will Traveler gets his buds to pull a prank in the president Drexler collection of the Metropolitan art museum: skating trough like madmen while he tapes it on video. Once they are outside, Will cellphones them he's sorry he had to do this- and a big bomb explodes inside the museum. Tyler Fog, son of business tycoon Carlton, who was condemned in Irangate, and fresh lawyer Jay Burchell, see the tape on TV, and are shocked to hear the FBI name them as presumed terrorist bombers. Jay believes Will was a victim too, but then finds every trace of their mate has disappeared, everywhere; the FBI finds a charcoaled body in the explosion rubble, presumably Will's. Tyler took his dad's advice to withdraw a small fortune and run, but gets arrested by FBI agents Marlow and Borjes; Jay was just in time to bluff he planted a second bomb ...
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Tyler and Will tell recent law grad Jay to stop worrying about starting his job with the law firm. The main obsession of most recent law school grads is passing the bar exam, which most states offer only in July and February. Law students typically spend the two months after graduation focusing on studying for the bar exam so Jay's focus on an upcoming job, rather than passing the bar, is unrealistic. See more