Wes and Neh go to a restaurant called "Paradise." I always knew Wes wanted to take Neh to paradise someday. Neh brags about spending the night in jail and then going straight into a marathon editing session. He should congratulate himself on that, because that's pretty much going to be the highlight of his film career. Well, and the upcoming screening, which you just know is going to be fly. Neh goes on to say that he only has some fine-tuning left to do, and that it shouldn't take more than an hour. Neh and Wes then make a fantastic plan to go "pimp" for the premiere, dressing in "fly" outfits with "big collars," and that it will be their "secret." I'm going to go "vomit." They head off to a vintage store.
Montage of walking. Neh and Wes get to a costume store. They try on silly outfits.
Austin. Statue. Warehouse. Warehouse. Rachel gets ready. She camera-talks that the premiere is finally here, and that they finally get to show what they've been working so "hard on." Heh. She crinkles her crinkly eyes and says that she's excited...in that way you can tell she's lying and really isn't very excited at all because she's pretty sure their movie is going to be a disaster. The other girls also get ready. Johanna wears boots.
Meanwhile, Wes and Neh are very excited and giggly as they put on their outfits in a special room somewhere upstairs.
Wes and Neh emerge from the room, wearing matching powder-green and -blue tuxes with ruffles and tails and canes. They look like the front page of the San Francisco Chronicle the day after mayor Gavin Newsome passed an ordinance legalizing gay marriage between interracial prop comics. They emerge downstairs, very proud of themselves, to the laughter of the other roommates, who claim they knew something was up. Lacey is very proud of herself as she camera-chins that she's looking at them and having flashbacks of the tuxes from Dumb & Dumber, adding the capper to the joke: that movie title is a very apt description of Wes and Neh. Zing!
A limo picks the kids up. Limo. Limo. Lacey. Wes. He camera-tools that he's very excited for the premiere, because after that, he'll never have to think about the project ever again. They arrive at the depressing parking lot of the Alamo Draft House movie theatre, and the dorks of docs greet them; Paul is not amused by Wes and Neh's outfits. Yeah! Documentaries are serious business! One must frown and furrow constantly. Harrumph.