After the Reality

Synopsis: The life of a contestant on a 'Bachelorette' style reality show is thrown into turmoil when the sudden death of his father forces him to quit the series prematurely and reconnect with his estranged sister at the family cabin.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
Director(s): David Anderson
Production: USofAnderson I
 
IMDB:
4.4
NOT RATED
Year:
2016
85 min
18 Views


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What?

- Dad?

- Dad!

All right, you're all

mic'd up there and ready to go.

I can't believe I'm getting

your voicemail again.

This is it, Scottie. Dad only

has a few weeks left.

When are you flying in?

Just call me back.

All right cliff, magic time!

If I was smart, I'd fire him.

Really?

Yeah.

- Hey Joe.

- Good luck!

Can we get last looks?

Good to see

you again. Quiet please!

All right,

let's, uh, talk about Kelly.

You saw her

tape, right? She saw yours.

I gotta be honest, you know,

I can already sense this chemistry

between the two of you. Do you?

Uh well, sh-she's beautiful.

What, what else is there to say?

I mean she's, she's an

all-American girl.

Oh come on, Scottie, give me more.

What did you think?

Did you think she was marriage material?

Princess material?

- Oh, uh, y-you want me to sell it?

Scottie, I just want you.

There's no doubt about it.

Kelly is that girl next door,

who gives you that kind of look that makes

you want to come down from your horse.

Kelly's my dream girl,

but she's more than a dream.

It's really kind of exciting

when you see her.

She's like one of the

guys, you know?

This season of young bucks

comes to an end Monday night.

She is a knockout!

Even darkness is not dark to

Kelly.

She's blonde. I'm blond.

I've always kind of liked those

brother sister couples a little bit.

This weekend, relive the

magic of the last six weeks

with your favorite young buck

episodes.

I'm a hugger. A really

big hugger.

She's an all-American hugger

fairy Princess.

Will this hugger fairy

Princess find her true love?

Or, will her heart be broken?

I know my heart. It's so

confused.

I feel like a little girl trapped

in some Grimm fairytale.

This is awful.

It's all Monday night on the

shocking finale of young bucks!

Mount up, America!

- 'Scuse me, y'all got ESPN or something?

- Sure.

Anything for a young buck.

We don't get too many of those

around here.

God dammit, foster!

You stir shit up

wherever you go, Mr. reality?

So how long ago did you finish shooting

that show? You look different.

Uh, a few weeks ago, I guess.

No way! Shit, so did you get

the girl?

What'd you call her? The

all-American hugger fairy Princess?

- I never actually said that.

- You said it tonight.

You said it. I heard you.

You heard me say it tonight,

but I never actually said it.

Yeah you did.

The producers do this thing where

they "Frankenbite" dialogue.

They edit together two totally different

conversations to make their own dialogue.

It's, I don't know.

If the camera's not on me when I'm

talking, you can bet the dialogue...

Has been Frankensteined.

You got it.

Reality can be such a bitch.

You know what the

magazines say about you?

They say that you're just

a waiter.

Is this true, or you

keepin' something from America?

Are you like secretly a prince

undercover, or you just got some demons?

I mean what would honestly possess

you to be on a show like that?

It's so degrading!

- It's like the lowest common

denominator of humanity. Okay!

I mean most people think that

reality stars are douchebags.

Wow.

Oh yeah! F*ck me, oh you, you

young fucking buck. Scottie!

It's

Scottie. You know what to do.

Hey Scottie, it's me again.

Um, I thought you were coming

this morning with the truck.

You said you were coming.

Fitz is here. I'm here. We've

got that meeting on Monday.

F*ck. Just call me back.

Ah, shit!

Oh!

Well, timing is everything, huh?

I was gonna surprise you

with this later.

- They do this in Hawaii.

- We're not in Hawaii.

I know. I found all this stuff: Candles,

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