Sorority Boys

Synopsis: After being falsely accused of stealing the budget for their annual cocktail cruise, three very different fraternity brothers are kicked out of their dorm. In order to clear their name and to secure their future careers, the three dress up in drag and pledge the sorority next door where they learn a few valuable - and hilarious - lessons about themselves and the female species.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Wallace Wolodarsky
Production: Touchstone Pictures
  1 win & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
5.4
Metacritic:
25
Rotten Tomatoes:
13%
R
Year:
2002
93 min
$10,185,819
Website
230 Views


The High Council|has reached a verdict --

guilty!

You taught the K. O.K.|handshake to a girl.

Dude, what were|you thinking?

Boo-la.|Boo-la. Boo-la.

Boo-la. Boo-la.

Boo-la. Boo-la.

Boo-la. Boo-la. Boo-la.|Boo-la. Boo-la.

Spence, are you done yet?|We need this...

...room for the bobsled.

Jiminy Cricket.

Goddamn it, Dave!

Mush, I say!

-- Mush!|-- Ow!

Oh, come on!

Change of plans, boys.|Someone ralphed all over|the living room.

We need to relocate.|You guys, out.

Hey, I will not tolerate|insubordination

during my ceremony.

Oh, just relax.

Look, I thought that your mask|was really scary this time.

You two "fraternity|brothers" think you can|do whatever you want

in this house,|right? Wrong.

I'm the president!

Dave?

What's that, Adam?

I think it's time|the president got laid.

Hmm.

F*** you.

Fight sexism,|support feminism!

Don't fall victim|to the antiquated|standards of femininity.

Be proud to be a woman.

Look, by going in there|tonight,

you're enabling the same|misogynistic mores

that kept women in bondage|for the past 5,000 years.

They do bondage.

Let's go.

Thanks.

Wait, if you just --

Fight fe-- sexism.

Listen, that last|girl you set me up|with was great --

really beautiful.

I'm just -- I don't know.

I guess I want someone

I can have an actual|conversation with.

Can you find that girl,|Brutus?

Go get her, boy. Go.

Fire in the hole!

It's good distance.

You're still|pulling to the right.

Who was that girl handing|out the paper thingies?

Oh, she's the|lame-ass president|of the D.O.G. house.

She's always protesting|something.

That b*tch had the nerve|to call me shallow.

God, you look so thin.

Thanks.

I don't even|remember that year, man!

I don't remember|that year either.

ls that me?

You weren't even here!

I don't r-remember|if I was...

Oh!

Ohh...

Oh, hey, there you are.

Oh, I'm sorry.|ls he bothering you?

Um...

No.

No.

You know, "a woman's face|with nature's own hand painted

has thou, the master-mistress|of my passion."

I heard you drive a Beemer.

Ahh...

Bad dog.

Um, who let the yeti in?

Ohh...

Doofer!

Doof!

What?

Come on, man,|leave her alone.

She's not bothering|anyone.

Doofer,|think of the house.

We let one dog in,|next thing you know,|we'll have three.

Okay.

Pledge!!

Pledge!!

## What'd I say ##

I'm still the dogcatcher.

Excuse me.

Dogcatcher!!

Dogcatcher?!|Whoo-hoo-hoo!

If the boys at K. O.K. want war,

then D.O.G.|will give them war!

Evelyn Wheelwright|founded this sorority

with a mission --

a mission to bring equality|and respect to all sisters.

Thanks to Patty's|heroic efforts tonight --

Wow... thank you, Patty.

...We now have actual footage

of what is going on|at a typical K.O.K. party.

See for yourselves.

Look at the degradation,|the manipulation.

And these poor Tri Pis

think that they're|having fun.

But they're actually being|exploited and objectified.

And this is going on|across the street,|day after day.

What we just all --

Direct hit.

It's big.

This...must...stop.

## It's a beautiful morning ##

## Ahh ##

## I think I'll go outside|for a while ##

## And just smile ##

## Just diggin'|some clean fresh air for ##

-- ## There's no sense|in stayin' inside ##

## If the weather's fine|and you've got the time ##

-- ## Ooh ##|-- ## It's your chance|to wake up and plan ##

## Another brand-new day ##

## Lead the way ##

## It's a beautiful morning ##

## Ahh ##

I just had|the best dream, Dave.

Oh, yeah?

Yeah...

And I never even|went to sleep.

Hey, girls.

Hi.

Ew!

So, I thought maybe we|could get together later|and do something fun.

Tri Pis are|having a barbecue.

That sounds awesome.

And after that, we could|go someplace and talk.

Okay.

The girl|was fair who went upstairs

with her favorite KOK.

She knocked around|and came back down,

and now she takes the walk!

The walk of shame --|she's not to blame.

Who could resist the KOK?

-- Smile!|-- The walk of shame,|she found her fame,

and now she takes the walk!

Oh, yeah.

Mm-hmm, mm-hmm.|Mm-hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm.

Who could resist the KOK?

Walk of shame...

Now she takes the walk.

Oh!

Classic.

Jeez, bro...

You were cutting some|fine ass last night.

You had two,|and I had none.

I mean, I'm lucky to catch|a little runoff.

What should I do, bro?

Look, if a guy like you|wants to bring his numbers up,

you're gonna have to|bring the quality down.

-- Way down.

I hereby call to order|this emergency session

of the 32nd chapter|of Kappa Omicron Kappa.

Come on! Quiet!

Shut the f*** up!

Thank you, Big Johnson.

Gentlemen...

we are here...

to discuss...|the KOK-tail cruise.

Let me remind you

of the story of Pete Young,|K.O.K. class of '95.

Now, Pete never took|a single test.

Pete fell out of his|bedroom window twice.

Where's Pete today?

Pete is pulling down|$ 1 50k a year

all because some alum|got a little play

on the KOK-tail cruise.

Then there's the story|of the '88 KOK-tail cruise.

Those boys decided to --|to skimp on the party.

Homemade wine coolers...

...a homeless stripper...

...soft-core porn.

Needless to say,|the boys of '88

are still paying off|their student loans.

I have no regrets.

That is why|I've called this meeting.

This year's cruise|is in grave danger.

'Cause you'll be there?

Will the social committee|please rise?

Gentlemen, the brothers|standing before you

have embezzled all of your|parents' hard-earned money.

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