The segments and spoken lines that are supposed to garner laughs fail badly, for they are overdramatized; the Disney-sounding instrumental, supporting the fight scene and Too Cool’s attempt at rebuffing his little manhood, also does not help and sounds cheesy.
In the following segment, the story introduces Inspector Green (Chris Elliot) who is literally blue in the face; he looks sluggish, odoriferous, walks in a clumsy manner, and looks like an otherworldly creature.
The premise sounds interesting; unfortunately, hits many speed bumps throughout with overacting, weak storyline, boredom, and dry comedy, leading to the inevitable – a crash.
The three friends/roommates are described as follows: Too Cool, a millionaire playboy who’s just not that into you; Dog, a freeloading friend who favors “the R-Kelly tapes”; Beaver, a culinary enthusiast who is suspected to be a “man-tickler?
Surprisingly, he takes her to his home but, unsurprisingly, he can not handle her rough foreplay.
Thus, she tries to stimulate him with a slap to the face and forceful kisses and tells him “shut up” as he tries to slow her down by speaking. However, her attempts to stimulate him are unsuccessful as he cries, whines, and questions her the entire time.
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His sexuality is tested in two scenes: the gay club and the house party.
The ensuing scene shows both he and Sage tousling on a bed with joy.
Like the Latina, she is rough in the bedroom, but it’s a different kind of roughness that reduces Dog’s joy into a loud and funny scream when realizing they both share the same external organ.
The real comedy continues when Beaver meets an attractive Latina named Geraldine (Natalia Guslistaya) who speaks violently blunt regarding what she wants in a man and how she will manhandle him if he decides to cheat on her.
Not only does she have a scary sharp-tongue, but she also displays an overpowering personality.