Synopsis: A woman on the brink of a marriage proposal is told by a friend that she should date other men before spending the rest of her life with her boyfriend.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Brian Crano
Production: Good Deed Entertainment
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min

[Horns honk in distance]


Are you even...


just give me a second.

[Both speaking indistinctly]



- Okay? You want me to...

- Yeah. Just give me a second.

Just give me a second.



- Oh.

- Ah. There we go.

[Bed thumping]

I love you.


You're so perfect.

I love you.

Just stay like this.


Just stay like this forever.


I love you.

Oh. Careful.



[Both breathing heavily]

- See, I told you.

- It was quick.

[Both laugh]


Thank you.

Is that a record?


I don't want to get

anything on the sheets.


Will you get me




Thank you.

- There we go.

- Phew.




- Where's the remote?

- Hmm?

You have the remote?

No, I thought you had it.

Oh, yeah.

- Yep.

- Yeah.

[TV turns on]

I love you.

I love you.

- Good night.

- Good night.

[Dog howls]

Dr. Bennett:
All right, class, I'm

looking forward to your thesis drafts.

But first, Anna...

30 is a milestone.

Say goodbye to your youth.


- Surprise, Anna.

- Surprise!

- Happy birthday, Anna.

- Thanks.

- Happy birthday!

- Thank you.

Anna, you are the most

beautiful thing I...

I have ever seen... No.

Anna, I...

want to be with you

for the rest of my life,

and I hope you do, too?

- [Horn honks]

- No. No.

No, no, no, no.


- Hey.

- Hello.

Happy birthday!



- Don't panic.

- What?

- Oh.

- 30's just the beginning...

of the end of your life.


Oh, it's big.

I cannot wait

till you see this.


Oh, that is scary.


Look at that hair!

Look at you.

- You look so handsome.

- Whose arm is that?

Thought you could probably use

some art for the new house.

New house?

Somebody say new house?

- Huh? Huh?

- Hey, we're right on schedule.

Okay. Okay.

All right, we're nowhere

near on schedule...

- Thank you.

- ...but listen, I screwed up,

made a few crucial

miscalculations, you know.

Just not this one.

- Aww.

- [Chuckles]

- That was nice.

- Thank you.

- It was good.

- It was good, right?

- Good save.

- It was good, right?

- Thank you.

- Oh, my God.

You know what I was thinking

about coming here tonight?

Summers at the lake.

- Really?

- Mm-hmm.

Like how our parents

left us up there, you know?

I mean, they should be here

tonight, Mom and Dad.

Hey, look, they are who

they are, and we love them.

It just reminded me that you

covered for them, so thank you.

- Oh, my God, and we'd gossip about boys...

- Yeah.

...and your crush on Teddy.

- For Will.

- No, Teddy.

- Ted... for Will.

- [Laughs]


Teddy Fredricks?

Teddy Fredricks.

- You remember him.

- With the giant neck?

- No, he did not have a giant neck.

- This guy had a giant neck.

- It was huge, Reece.

- He was just very strong.

He was like an orc.

You knew I had

a crush on Teddy.

No, I did not.

My point is

we were inseparable.

God, you guys met

when you were babies.

We were babies!

First loves

and still together.

Never been with anybody else

your entire lives.

It's so crazy.

- And it killed me because I thought...

- Come on.

- ..."I'm gonna be alone for the rest of my life."

- All right.

But then

you introduced me to him.

Now, if you could just convince

this one to knock me up,

that would be lovely.


- They should be here tonight.

- William.

- Mm-hmm.

- I'm not trying

to call you out

in front of your someday wife,

but when we were

in the dorms freshman year,

you told me you'd

already amassed

quite a few notches

on your belt.

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