Winning London

Synopsis: Lord James Browning Senior co-hosts on his grand greater London estate teams of high-school students to the Model U.N. competition, where each 'represents' another country then their own, mostly as in the national selections. Lord James Junior is supposed to win as preparation to succeed his father as real diplomat, but his personal priority shifts to a crush on a member of unorthodox US team, which came just for fun.
Director(s): Craig Shapiro
Production: Warner Home Video
93 min

We're going to London!

Riley! Riles, I know what you're up to.

What? I love Model U.N.

You get to talk about world issues...

...and vote on stuff.

Admit it. You want to get closer to Brian,

and this is your ticket in.

Am I missing something here?

Like a ''thanks for volunteering,'' maybe?

This competition is very important to me.

It's not some play-to-play thing

it's a play-to-win thing.

Chill, I'm down with

the whole peace-keeping thing.

- Fine.

- Fine.

And if you go all the way to London

and you don't ask Brian out...

...Ill kill you.

So, that's how we found ourselves

in the home of William Shakespeare...

... Winston Churchill, and Austin Powers.

My sister Chloe had just won California.

Now she wanted to win the world.

Me, I had a slightly different agenda.

You guys, this place is beautiful.

Check it out.

Aliens from planet prep school.

I thought they only cloned sheep

in England.

Let's check in.

Will you take it for me? Thanks, man.

How are you doing?

Lakeview High Cardinals checking in.

What's up?

Where are you ladies from?


Tokyo. Maybe you and I can get

some sushi later.

All right. Konichiwa to you too, baby.

- I think she digs me.

- Go for it, big guy.


I've got a foot on it.

Thank you.

You might want to check your shoes

next time before you leave the loo.

Loo who?

The W. C? The loo? The toilet?


But this, it wasn't mine.

- It was this other guy's.

- Right.

Right, I think I'll just make a quick exit.

- What's your name?

- What?

- Our name?

- Chloe.

Chloe, I'm James.


See you.

Please tell me he didn't just see that.

Define ''see.''

It's charming.

It's quaint.

Guys, reality check. It's a closet.

Good morning, everyone.


Let me guess. It's Portugal, right?

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