In New York City, couple Joel and Molly are having dinner with their couple friends, Kyle and Karen. In the general discussion of their respective relationships and how they met, Joel and Molly, in telling their story, say that it is exactly like a corny romantic comedy. The story they end up telling not only has every romantic comedy cliché thrown in, but it is told in the style of a romantic comedy, complete with crazy characters who should be smarter to figure out a smoother path to a happy ending for Joel and Molly. But that one romantic comedy element that is the big payoff may not be reality, or perhaps it is.
He came...She came...They both came.
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Director David Wain has a small cameo playing Keith, Eggbert's (Ed Helm's) brother. See more
When Joel first meets Tucker (Mollly's son), Joel says: "[Smeargle] can defend Butterfree's Hyper-Reverse attack with two double-colourless energy cards, and only get 10 damage points". This is, in fact, not at all how the Pokemon card game works. Double-colourless energy cards were banned long ago, and are only used in legacy tournaments. Even in a legacy tournament, Smeargle would not be permitted as a legal card, as it appeared after double-colourless energy cards were banned (Generation II). See more
Desert's almost ready. Who wants coffee?
I would love a double-cream, no coffee.
I'll have a half mocha macchiato.
I'll have a caf, half latte caramel venti frappuccino.
Boy, whatever happened to just good old regular coffee?
Shot on location in New York City, which is almost like another character. See more
Swing It Easy
Written by Ron Komie
Performed by Ron D. Komie and Mark Heyes See more