Freaks And Greeks
The frat boys are having a meeting at which they all have to wear black robes. Does that really happen in frats? I honestly don't know. Some little oily guy is complaining to Lex that Lex always gets fine girls and he doesn't get any. He solicits Lex's advice. Lex's wig looks worse and worse as this movie goes on. Lex tells the oily guy to bring his expected quality down. President HH tries to bring the meeting to order, but no one listens to him until the huge token black frat brother tells them to shut up. President HH thanks him and exposits about the KOKtail Kruise (at least, that's how I'm assuming it's spelled) and how all the KOK alums come to it and give the frat boys jobs -- if the Kruise is good. President HH is concerned that this year's Kruise is "in grave danger." He asks the "social committee" to rise, and what a shock! The social committee is Matt, Lex, and Harland Williams. This is turning into an episode of Saved by the Bell, where the six main characters were the only members of, like, every school club. Except the math club -- that was for those two recurring nerd characters. President HH accuses the social committee of embezzling all the Kruise Kash. Matt says he just checked the safe and all the money was there. The entire frat goes to check, and it turns out that the money is gone! Matt is nonplussed, as usual.
Matt, Lex, and Harland Williams get chased out of the frat, and for some reason they aren't wearing pants. And now it's nighttime and they're sitting in Matt's BMW. Harland Williams wants to split the money and go their separate ways. Ew, there's a close-up of Harland's face and he has three chins. Lex and Matt explain to Harland that they don't have the money because President HH framed them and took it for himself. Matt leaves to go deal with his father, whatever that means.
Matt's dad -- who is not RevCam in this film, unfortunately for all you Stephen Collins fans. And I know there's got to be one or two. At the very least, his wife. Anyway -- Matt's dad tells him that he's set his son up with a really good interview on the KOKtail Kruise. Whoops! Matt's dad further rubs it in by sliding Matt over to his colleagues, who also apparently were KOK members. They are all misogynistic. Matt's dad then insists that Matt do "the strut" for everyone. What does that mean? I don't know, but Matt goes into a slightly advanced version of the chicken dance until he does a lame pratfall.