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The Break-up 

Jamie Kennedy & Stu Stone get into an argument at a magazine cover photo shoot when the photographer asks Stu to pose in a compromising position. He gets upset about this and Jamie & Stu go... See full summary »

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Jamie Kennedy & Stu Stone get into an argument at a magazine cover photo shoot when the photographer asks Stu to pose in a compromising position. He gets upset about this and Jamie & Stu go to see Johnny Carson's former sidekick, Ed Mcmahon. Ed tells Stu that he is the "second banana" but that is an important role to play. Stu gets even more heated when the magazine comes out and Jamie is in another press release discussing an up and coming movie project not involving Stu. The two part ways and Jamie finds Stu working on a record about Jamie featuring E-40 and Jason Biggs. Jamie is kicked out of the studio. With nowhere else to turn, Jamie holds an audition for "Stu's replacement". A rapper named Young Church is found to replace Stu. The next day, Jamie Kennedy and Young Church are gearing up to perform on TV. In the car and interview with Jimmy Kimmel, it is apparent that Jamie Kennedy and Young Church do no have the same chemistry that he has with Stu. Jamie decides not to perform. ... Written by Damien Halley

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30 June 2006 (USA)  »

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