Freaks And Greeks
Matt is talking to someone off-screen about how he wants to be set up with a woman he "can have an actual conversation with." Then we see who he's talking to; it's a dog named Brutus. That joke is never funny, not when it's on 7th Heaven (where it happens at least once an episode) and certainly not here.
And here's a shot of a container of brightly colored dildos. I would like to take this time to applaud the art director on his visceral sense of color and composition -- those dildos look great. And now we see some guys sling-shotting the dildos over some trees and into a sign that says, "Delta Omicron Gamma: Proud to Be Women Since 1908." This must be the loser sorority, and how funny is it that their Greek initials spell out "dog"? Anyone? Oh, wait -- I thought I heard a laugh, but that turned out to be one of my housemates in the other room; she was watching something with actual jokes in it. Lucky her.
Two of the three girls who were solicited outside the frat house fix their hair and make-up in a mirror, and take this downtime to exposit that their solicitor is the president of the DOG sorority and that she's always doing protests about some kind of woman-hating thing or another.
Oh, crap, it's Harland Williams. You know, I saw him on the cover, but I still hoped beyond hope that he would not be in this movie. How the hell is he even playing a college student? Isn't he fifty years old by now? But this is explained by him being a tenth-year student as he looks at pictures of the last few years and talks to himself about how he doesn't remember any of them.
Brutus walks up to one of the girls from the mirror, and then Matt comes in holding two beers and a hot dog. He throws the hot dog to Brutus. Matt starts quoting Shakespearian sonnets in the mirror girl's face, and she responds by asking him if it's true that he drives a BMW. Matt laughs and tells Brutus that he's a bad dog, and that's the last time you will see Matt's beloved pet.