High-schoolers Melissa Joan Hart and Adrian Grenier pretend
to be a love-struck couple in order to make the people they really want to date jealous.
Also with Stephen Collins, Mark Metcalf, William Converse-Roberts, Faye Grant, Susan May
Pratt, Kris Park, Ali Larter, Mark Webber, Gabriel Carpenter, Lourdes Benedicto, Keri Lynn
Pratt, Natasha Pearce and Derrick Shore. [1:43]
SEX/NUDITY 4 - Sexual innuendo (including references to homosexuality,
masturbation and the size of the male anatomy) and some passionate kissing. A boy and girl
kiss and moan in the backseat of a car; he raises his clothed crotch suggestively while
trying to talk her into having intercourse. We see a girl holding her unbuttoned shirt
together while standing with a boy (it's implied they've been fooling around). We see
girls in bikinis in one scene, a girl in her bra in a couple of scenes and a girl wearing
a cleavage-revealing top.
VIOLENCE/GORE 3 - A boy pulls another out of a car, throws him to the
ground, hits his head against the car, kicks him in the stomach and spits on him. A
passenger in a car hits his head when the driver brakes suddenly. A girl sprays mace in a
boy's face, blinding him. We see someone vomit and later see it again on videotape.
PROFANITY 6 - An F-word, many scatological and anatomical references and a
few mild obscenities. [profanity glossary]
DISCUSSION TOPICS - Popularity, dating, friendship, conformity, young adulthood,
teen drinking and implied drug use.
MESSAGE - The most popular kids aren't necessarily the most interesting;
people aren't always who and what they appear to be.