Almost at the Shana concert. But we were just left with Captian Jeri Curl. Also, is Shana's song "Never gonna be the same" about Luis Guzman knowing that her virginity is basically on the chopping block once she finally gets Brad to like her.
A couple of explanation hopes: What was the saxophone budget for this movie? Every song and every piece of the score had some sort of sexy sax music accompanied along with it. Was this just another way of letting us know that it’s supposed to be sexy? Why did Brad toss boo boo Kate Mara (Luis Guzman)’s soda in the air flipping it around? Super cool helping Fonze the fucking coke machine to get her soda out but to then to flip it so its basically gonna explode now. Dick move Brad.