4th Man Out

Synopsis: A car mechanic in a small, working class town comes out of the closet to his unsuspecting, blue-collar best friends.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Andrew Nackman
  11 wins & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
86 min

they're together, do you?

I think so, man.

I don't think they're together.

Okay, so, um... what I

was saying before is-

is she looking?

- Uh, no. Look I'm...

- What about now? What about now?

Vascular as hell, bro.

Never mind.

Jeez, man.

- What's going on with you?

- Nothing.

You seem weird.

No. It's...

It's just, um...

- What?

- Um...

The girl to your right

in the Fanny pack,

she's totally

eye-fucking you.

Yeah, right now.

I'll be right back, boys.

I got a champ.

Oh yeah, just a quick...

Quick selfie.

Is this Prada?

Uh, yeah.

Actually it is.

It cost like $2,000.

I've never touched anything

that expensive before.

I'm sorry.

Oh my god, you guys.

We need to dance, now.

We need to dance right now.

We absolutely do need to dance.

Hey, Adam. You need to dance.

Right now.

I've got a dance partner

for you, right here.

- You do?

- Uh, hi.

Hey, Adam. This is Adam,

my dancing friend.

Oh my god. You're hot.

- You're drunk.

- No, I'm not.

He's great in bed too.

Real giver.

How do you know?

What? You don't sleep

with your best friends?

That's selfish.

- Okay.

- Very selfish. I'm sorry.

Why don't you guys

make out right now?


Okay. We'd love to.

- Should we make cut right now?

- Um...

We'll do it, if they

do it kinda thing.

- Ye... um...

- I'm waiting.

You see the thing is,

we've both been drinking.

- Yeah, we've been drinking so...

- It'd be cheap.

Cheap. Very cheap.

Cheap, if we made out.

I really have to pee.

Oh, f*ck yeah.

Hey. Did you just

take a picture of me?



He was, uh...

He was...

Snapping that guy's unibrow.

You think you're fucking

TMZ or something,

taking fucking pictures of me?

I can't tell if he's

surprised qr mad.

Hey. You got beef,

we can step outside.

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