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Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds (2006)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance | 5 July 2007 (Germany)
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.


Phillip J. Bartell





Cast overview, first billed only:
Jim Verraros ... Kyle
Emily Brooke Hands ... Gwen Anderson
Rebekah Kochan ... Tiffani von der Sloot
Brett Chukerman 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 Michael Serrato ... Neil
Sarah Lilly ... Linda Buchanan
Andrew Ley Andrew Ley ... Shane
Nicholas J. Muscarella ... Surfer Guy (as Nicholas James)
Todd Mitchell Todd Mitchell ... Eric


How far would you go to get the person of your dreams? In Eating Out, Kyle convinced his straight roommate to pretend to be gay to get the girl. Now, with the help of Gwen and Tiffani, Kyle pretends to be heterosexual to land Troy, the new guy -- and nude model -- in town, only to find himself joining the campus ex-gay support group and nabbing a girlfriend! Kyle's ex boyfriend, Marc, is horrified at the plan and decides to pursue the confused Troy with his own tactic -- being his out gay self. Who will win him first? Written by PJB

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The First American Gay Sequel! See more »


Comedy | Romance


Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


Q. Allan Brocka: the writer-director of Eating Out (2004), and the writer-producer of this film, sits in the front row of the art class, and is billed as "male student." See more »


Jacob Buchanan: Stop the spread of faggotry!
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References American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile (2006) See more »


Out There (minimal mix)
Written, produced and performed by Casey Clark (as Casey '3pm' Clark)
Copyright 2006 3pm Productions
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Fun Guilty Pleasure Farce
1 October 2006 | by martyboy00See all my reviews

I saw this on October 1st, 2006 at the Austin Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. I had the chance to briefly meet the writer/director and he is amazing! (and very humble)

I've read the negative comments on this movie and I could not disagree with them more. The judgments they have made on the film are based on it being a realistic comedy when in fact it is a farce. It is sad the we have homogenized the categories of film so much that we really don't get to see outstanding examples of the diverse genres out there. "Desperate Housewives" (another guilty pleasure and a national hit) almost didn't make it to the airwaves because Marc Cherry was selling it as a farce and people did not know what that was. Sad, because Shakespeare did very well with the genre. "DH" had to be categorized as a soap opera before the networks would pick it up. Here is the definition of "farce":

1. a light, humorous play in which the plot depends upon a skillfully exploited situation rather than upon the development of character. 2. humor of the type displayed in such works. 3. foolish show; mockery; a ridiculous sham.

That said, this is a great movie that is hilarious to experience. I was one of many that despite the reviews and comments LOVED the first movie. It was not without flaw, but overall, it was wonderful. This one was in my opinion slightly better. Yes, it had stereotypes and ridiculous situations (see definition of farce above). That structure allowed some very clever dialogue, some hilarious scenes, and some mockery of society's need to categorize "gay" into any specific pigeon hole. This movie makes fun of those stereotypes, and in the process gives you the chance for introspection after the film.

I think the actors (male and female) do an incredible job. Rebekah Kochan (Tiffani) has done a body transformation since the first installment. She looked good in the first one, she looks amazing in this one. Both Emily and Jim are fun to watch. The hot guys... well, they are very enjoyable to watch. I was a little afraid that I wouldn't like the character of Marc in this sequel (he was played by Ryan Carnes, now famous for his role in "Desperate Housewives" as Bree's son's boyfriend... in the sequel he is played by Brett Chukerman). By the second scene Brett was in, I was hooked. He did a great job of taking over an existing character.

Overall, if you go into this film seeking reality, you will walk away disappointed. If you go in looking for a good time and realize it is supposed to be a farce, you will leave with a smile on your face from the laughter and poignant moments in the film. Mink Stole's final scene in the movie actually brought a tear to my eye. What gay son wouldn't want to hear her comments? :)

I would say, check it out.

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5 July 2007 (Germany) See more »

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Eating Out 2: Different Rocks See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA


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$4,394, 26 November 2006

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