Time of Your Life
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After several unsuccessful attempts at breaking the door down, Kenny blames Denise for their bathroom incarceration. Denise apologizes sarcastically and says that she would've knocked "if [she'd] known [he'd] be pleasuring [him]self." Kenny takes objection to this interpretation and tells her he was getting his "shit" ready because there's this "superman honey downstairs, jus' dyin' to have sex wi' [him]." Meanwhile, the "superman honey" gets back together with her boyfriend. The cheating was just a rumor. God, all this makes me miss high school so much. That is, if the definition of "to miss" is "doing keckler's jig of joy that I'm not involved with any of this crap anymore." Downstairs, Preston searches for Amanda and asks a random pal for her whereabouts. The friend, who I feel I should mention is carrying around about six cans of Redi-Whip, tells him he doesn't know but that he's thinking of asking her out. He looks down at the cans and says, "Time to get freak-ay!" Again, I don't get it, but it was snarfilicious. Preston finally finds Amanda just at the moment when Slimy Ron decides to lay a big fat wet one on her. Oh, wait, I think there's going to be a case of the hero getting ahold of the wrong end of the stick. Crushed, Preston leaves the party, tossing his precious letter in the garbage. Not to worry; somehow the letter gets attached to someone's shoe and flies around the party (see: the feather in Forrest Gump) until it lands, unnoticed, in a nosh bowl in front of Amanda. But before the feather trick, Amanda gets mad at Slimy Ron for taking advantage of her and stomps away. In other party news: Will "Skywalker" Lichter bonds with other ragers as he gets more and more delightfully drunk, while Mike strikes out with the Zoe from Zoe . . . and her friend because they cleverly remember him calling them "skanky" a few years ago. The band, The Loveburgers, manages to break up before the first song of their first set over dissensions concerning band tee-shirts and the drummer (Murray/Tracy from Clueless and Felicity) wanting to wear a cowboy hat. Great line by Murray/Tracey to the lead singer: "Look at you coming in here looking like The White Artist Formerly Known as Prince." The Party Girl spends her whole night putting out fires and smelling people's shoes to find out who tracked poop into the house. Preston drives aimlessly around until he hears that it's Barry Manilow's birthday, thus explaining the reasoning for playing "Mandy" every hour, on the hour. Preston decides to call the radio station to ask Barry -- who somehow manages to be live from his sold-out concert in Tokyo -- if Mandy is a dog or not. In one of those crazy mix-ups that only happens in the movies, Dharma shows up as a stripping angel and gives Pres sound advice about pursuing his romantic dreams, just as she once pursued her teenage dreams of Scott Baio. See, it's very amusing, because Dharma thinks that Preston is really obsessed with Manilow and she gets into a cab before Preston can explain. But hey, no worries -- Preston takes her advice anyway and goes back to the party to look for Amanda, who has already found the letter, read it, and now is asking everyone who Preston is. She doesn't find Preston, but she finds out what a lot of people think of her Homecoming Queen ass. By the by, one of the people she asks turns out to be Carmen from Popular -- just to keep everyone apprised of what WB/FOX players got screen time in this movie.
Time of Your Life