An over confident young executive with a matching ego thinks he's a know-it-all with the ladies until he's reunited with Amie; his former hi...更多>
Earl Cooper: How old are you? Steve Langston: I'm 30. Earl Cooper: How long have you known Amy? Steve Langston: We went to high school together. Earl Cooper: That's a long time... Steve Langston:
Anyway I thought we'd go to dinner then head down to the beach. There's a full moon out tonight, it's supposed to be beautiful.
Earl Cooper: That's not happening. Steve Langston: I'm sorry...? Earl Cooper: You're 30 years old. I know all about you, cause I was 30 once, too. I know what your bottom line is with women, I know what you want with Amy and I can see right through your immaturity. It's not working for you, son. Steve Langston: Mr. Cooper - I'm going to go outside, ring the doorbell and maybe we can start all over. Earl Cooper: If you go outside that door, you will never come inside this house again. Laura Sanchez: He has no idea, does he? Jarred Williams: Not a clue. Laura Sanchez: I'm not getting a good feeling about this. Listen, this is my friend - I know she can handle this, but can your boy, Steve? Jarred Williams: I don't know. Steve Langston: So, the last time I saw you, you were Homecoming Queen, dating Mr. Perfect, the Homecoming King - then - what happened? Amie Cooper: It was five years ago, I was still dating Mr. Perfect - we went to the lake with some friends to celebrate Fourth of July weekend - you know, race boats, get drunk - act like a bunch of crazy people. Steve Langston: Done that a to time or two. Amie Cooper: We were sitting on the bank watching the fireworks. I remember, it was especially clear that night. The stars were out, Jimmy Buffet was playing on the radio - and while we were waiting for the grand finale, someone threw their own fireworks in to our camp. One of Brian's friends yelled out to warn us, but - I turned and looked right into it. There was this bright flash, then the most unbelievable explosion you could ever imagine. Everything shook - then everything went black. Steve Langston: Dear God... Amie Cooper: The only thing I felt was the - ringing in my ears. That was all I could feel for a long, long time.