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A madcap romantic comedy about Brendan, a heartthrob television star who enlists Cory, his shiftless slacker best friend to fly out to LA and help him keep his newly-realized homosexuality a secret from Hollywood. Upon arrival in LA, Cory has a drunken one-night stand with Gabbi and is mostly too busy trying to see her again to help Brendan – despite the fact that Gabbi is a lesbian.
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