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Blackout | Foursome | Episode 6

Blackout | Foursome | Episode 6


ANDIE:
Previously on
Foursome…Turns out I was completely
wrong about Josh.
He never saw me
as anything more than
Alec’s little sister,
which is obvious,
now that he’s with Greer.
It feels like everyone is
moving forward except for me.
Dakota’s outed a junior,
Imogen had a boyfriend,
and Courtney made
a college friend.
Fine, Mae used to be
her stalker, but still…
Courtney’s even
starting to wise up
to how annoying Alec can be.
All I’ve done is
motorboat a frat guy
who thinks I’m
a walking tornado.
I think it’s time to start
focusing on my friendships
and put boys on
the back burner.
I know, I’m so progressive.Tonight is the BDX
Pyjama Jammy Jam. Let me make myself
as clear as that
Scientology documentary. Oh, boy. This is not
a high school party. If you aren’t aptly prepared
to do what it takes to successfully
navigate a frat, you might as well
just dilly yourself
with a curling iron right now. Um, Court?
You’re scaring Imogen. Good. She should be scared. I’m scared for her. What’s happening? You all need to be briefed. Let the party prepping begin.
(CLAPS HANDS)Rule number one.Be sure to stock up
on carbohydrates.
Carbs absorb alcohol. Science. Rule number two. Don’t over-apply
your makeup. By the end of the night,
after drama tears and your face rubbing off
on your random hookup,you’ll leave
the party looking like
a scary Snooki clown.
(GAGGING) Rule number three. Be prepared for drama! (GASPING) Drinking always equals drama. If you want your night
to go down Jiffy smooth,be prepared to
deflect your emotions.
Dakota. Rule number four. Always come to
the party buzzed.That way you
don’t have to look
for alcohol,
and you reduce your risk
of being roofied,
which is cool. (GROWLING) (LAUGHING) Rule number five. Last and by far
the most important. College parties
are always themed.What you wear
will set the tone
for your entire night.
If you can creatively
pull off a theme
without looking like
you tried too hard, you will have
accomplished somethingthat most people don’t attain
until their senior year,
and by then,
they’re too old
and it’s too late. They’ve peaked. Blood sis, that’s not
the outfit I got you. I know.
I’m not going. I can’t. What? Bye! Have fun! It’s gonna be
so much fun! Bye! DAKOTA: Oh, my gosh. Andie, Andie, get up. Look, you have
got to stop this. You have already changed
your mind seven times. Gosh, tonight is
gonna be so much fun, and you need to have
some fun after what
happened to you this week. Hell, I need to have
some fun after what
happened to you this week. I can’t pretend to be happy
for Josh and Greer any more. I don’t even
want to see them. And Alec is gonna be there, and do you really
think that he’s gonna let me show up
looking like this? Yeah, that’s the outfit. What? What are you
wearing, Andie? Oh, God. See? His timing’s impressive. Andie. Satin. Trashy. No, no, no, no.
You are not
wearing this, Andie! Stop. I wasn’t planning on it. Yes, you were, Andie. Alec, she’s 16 years old. That’s the same age
I was when you met me. Yeah, but she’s… COURTNEY: But what? It’s different
because it’s okay
for me to be slutty? Uh, yeah, you’re
not my sister. When did this
become about us? Your sister is my friend, and I don’t hang out
with people who
treat my friends badly. You know what, Alec? If Andie doesn’t
go to the party,
then neither do I. And since you seem to think
that I’m so slutty, maybe we should
abstain for a while. (SNICKERS) Oh. (CACKLES) What? Okay. Just, like,
chill on that. COURTNEY: No, I won’t. Fine. Fine. Fine. But you are putting
shorts on underneath.
And underwear. Two pairs! Nothing gets through. That makes sense. I’ll be watching you,
little sister. Babe, look,
there’s shots
of alcohol. Okay, cool. Yeah, here. COURTNEY: Here. Everybody. What’s the point
of even going if he’s just going
to police me
the entire night? Girl, I wouldn’t stress it. He isn’t gonna be watching
anything tonight. (GLASS SHATTERS) GIRL: I’m drunk! Great, so I’ll be totally free
to third-wheel it
with Josh and Greer. Okay, Andie? (SIGHS) Okay. I’ve never been to
a real party before,
and I just… I really, really,
really, really,
really want to go. I really want to go. You want to go to
a college party? Andie. (SIGHS) Will you go to my first
college party with me?
Please? GIRL: Here we go. BOY: Y’all got one? Cheers to college! Cheers! (GIRLS WHOOPING) For you, Imogen. For you. (SQUEALING) (GIRL CHEERING) Oh, hell, yeah. My goodness. Yes. Oh, yeah. ALEC: Hell, yeah! GIRL: Oh, my God! BDX, let’s get crazy! (DANCE MUSIC PLAYING) (ALL CHEERING) (YELLING) I do it for the booty! (SCRATCHING) All right, I’m done. Hey, Wendy fromPeter Pan.
Why you so isolated? I’m people-watching. What? I’m a collector, you see. At 10:52, Hilary Swihart
spilled her drink. Wow. I’m into your crazy. Eric! Hey! Wait up! Oh, no! No, no, no. Last time I saw you,
you head-butted me
in the face and then you left so many
breath mints on the floor, I thought you
were trying to, like, grow a peppermint
tree or something. I know, I’m sorry,
but maybe some dancing
will make up for it? What are you doing? Whoo! So… Come on. Why am I into this? Okay. Eric, yeah. Hey! Hey!
That’s my sister! (THUDS) (CROWD GASPING) Alec! Okay, um, look, I recognise
this is probably
a bad decision, but I’m next on
the beer pong list. You want to
be my partner? I’d love to. Alec, come on. (GROANING) Little high school baby
can’t handle his liquor. Call me when you get sick
of babysitting, sweetheart. Okay, guys,
thanks for your help. Hey, hey, hey.
See that couch? That’s our target, okay? Okay. All right,
on the count of three. One, two, three. (GRUNTS)
It’s all right. He’s, like, impossibly heavy. (GRUNTS) He’s a big boy. Normally, he’s fine. (GROANS) (EXHALES) Thanks. Thanks. Um… Justin. Justin. Cool. Thanks for your help. Oh, yeah.
No, it looked like
you needed a hand. Yeah. You’re Courtney, right? Yeah, have we met? Yeah, I’m the TA
of your Calc One class. Don’t feel bad. I mean,
you’re never there, so I wouldn’t expect you
to remember me anyway, so… But you remembered me. (SIGHS) Well, I guess
that makes you
hard to forget. (CHUCKLES) So, is this your boyfriend? I… He’s sort of a… You know what,
you think about it,
and let’s go grab a drink. Okay, yeah. Cool. Wet T-shirt contest! (CROWD CHEERING) Let’s party! (THUDS) (MUSIC STOPS) (ALL GASPING) (INDISTINCT MURMURING) (SCREAMING) (MUSIC CONTINUES) (ALL CHEERING) Someone eat me! Okay, blow. On the ball
for good luck. I don’t want
you going anywhere
near this region. You’re, like,
a walking train wreck. (BLOWS) Okay. Pretty good,
bachelor number one, but you ain’t got
nothing on these skills. Okay. Watch and learn. I’m so sorry.
That was terrifying. All right, look,
you just need to bend
your knees a little bit. Uh, you don’t get a redo,
because you hit me
in the face. Drink. House rules. Come on, man.
It’s her first time. Just go ahead
and do it again. Okay, like this? Take it nice and easy. Bend those knees. Yeah. Whoo! Yeah! (GIGGLES) All right, okay.
That’s enough. Josh, what are you doing?
Get off me. Josh, what are you doing?
Get off of me. What am I doing, Andie?
What are you doing? Having fun! Why are
you big brothering me? I’m allowed to date, Josh. I know you see me
as this kid, but I’m not just your
friend’s little sister! I’m a… You’re not just my
friend’s little sister. (DANCE MUSIC PLAYING) (SNORTING) Imogen? (CLICKING) VOICE ON MACHINE:
We’re sorry.
The voice mailbox
of the person you’re
trying to reach is full.
Oh, my God. Courtney. Courtney, wake up. Mmm. No. I’m still drunk. Imogen’s missing. Imogen? Imogen? Yeah. What? (GASPS) Oh, was I
Dracula-sleeping again? Imogen’s gone. What? She’s not in the dorm. I checked my phone
and I called her
20 times last night, and she never called back. She probably went
home or something. Courtney,
her voice mailbox is full. Who else would
call her besides us? She would’ve told us
before she left or something. I know something’s wrong. Well, didn’t she come
back here last night? I don’t think so.
Or… I think… I don’t know.
Guys, I don’t remember. Andie, just take a seat, okay? Ow. Chug this. Okay. The last thing
I remember is playing
beer pong and then… I got distracted. Imogen’s probably
alone and scared,
and we have to go find her. I shouldn’t have left her
in the first place. Andie, it’s not your fault. Guys, we have to
go to BDX. Now. You’re right. Wake up! Imogen is missing. Babe. Come on, babe. We’ve got to back
to the BDX house. (GROANING) She’s probably
at the library, you guys. Babe, I’m chilly. No, I want that one. Fine. Ow. Here, Andie,
you can wear this. Thanks. (DOOR CREAKING) Wow. It looks like a party
graveyard in here. Looks so much
different in the light. Ugh. Hideous. ANDIE: All right, guys. We need to retrace our steps
from last night. The first 48 hours
are crucial. Let’s find Imogen. Yo, I got something. Yep. Okay, she was in here.
She was in here. Everyone, quiet.
Listen to me. Andie, shut up.
Imogen was right here. The alligator
with the antlers
was to my left, and she was doing
a keg stand. Wait a minute.
So, Imogen was doing a… Don’t interrupt.
Let him concentrate. Okay, so, so, so,
I was doing
a one-armed keg stand, like a boss, of course. I saw Imogen watching me,
impressed, obviously. She was standing
right there. (DISTORTED VOICE) Imogen! Mmm-mmm. Imogen, come here. Alec, you just threw up. Do the keg stand. ALL: Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! (GRUNTING) I wanna dance! Okay. That doesn’t help. Remembering still hurts. What time is it? ANDIE: Oh, my God.
I left my phone
at the dorm. Why does it matter?
Everyone you know is here. Except the missing person!
What if Imogen
tries to call her? Josh, you should
take Andie back so she doesn’t get
lost or whatever. Uh, yeah,
she’s dumb like that. Ugh. God, shut up, Alec! (HUFFS) All right. You were pretty quiet
on the walk over. Yeah, you know,
I’m just trying to piece
the night together. Unless there’s
something that you remember
that might be able to help. Ow. Hey, just sit down. Yeah. I’ll find it. Last night was
pretty crazy, huh? Yeah. Yes, it was. Hey, did you check
under these pillows? Yeah, it’s not there. You know, I’m having
a really hard time remembering where
I was last night. Maybe you saw me
and you can fill me in? Andie, I can barely remember
my name from last night. You know? I’m kind of stoked
I don’t remember, though, ’cause if I did
anything stupid, I got nothing to be
embarrassed about. It’s like it never
happened, you know? Right. Hey. Look at this. You were sitting on
it the whole time. Thanks. Well, we should
probably get going. Greer’s gonna wonder
what’s taking so long. Yeah. Let’s go. I was just wondering
what was taking so long. Couldn’t find her phone. GREER: Oh, yeah? Did you guys find anything?
Did she call anyone? Shh! Dakota’s
remembering something. Okay, I was dancing
right here with Mae. And I look up,
and I see Imogen and… (MOANING) Dakota, I’m a dancer. (GASPS) (GAGGING) And the next thing
I know is, she just ran out of the room
like I had SARS or something. White bitches hate SARS.
Mae, stop. Great, another dead end. Hey, can we just try to
stay positive, please? Totally. JOSH: Okay. Does anyone remember
anything helpful? Oh, my God. What? I think I remember
seeing her. Greer had just… Wet T-shirt contest! (WHOOPING) Greer! I saw a towel
over by the bar. Let’s go.
Let’s go get you
taken care of, okay? Okay. You’re gonna be all right. Oh, here. Get you cleaned up. Thanks. You’re really sweet. (CHUCKLES) Well, maybe you
should go out with me, then. (BOTH LAUGH) But first, let’s…
We can get you cleaned up…
Here. This is gonna be cold,
though, okay? So… (GASPING LOUDLY) Oh, here, you got…
You got… Um… I’m sorry.
I should go check
on my boyfriend. Oh. Uh… Yeah, he is my boyfriend. I don’t know why
I said that he, um… You know what, I’m just…
I’m sorry. I have to go. Okay, so Greer spilled
beer on you, and then what? Babe! Huh? You saw Imogen in here? What? Um…
(CLEARS THROAT)
Yeah, yeah. After Greer spilled on me,
I came here to wash off. Alone. I was alone. And then I saw Imogen.
And she ran off. For no reason.
She ran off for… There was no reason
that she just… Mmm-hmm. (CHUCKLES) I’m sorry, guys.
That’s all I remember. We should look for Imogen.
You go that way, babe. Oh, honey, are you okay?
You look like
you’re gonna be sick. Yeah, no, I’m just
not feeling too well. Yeah, I totally understand. Not knowing where
your best friend is must be overwhelming you
with guilt. Listen, sweetie,
I am here for you. Okay? I promise you
we’re gonna help you
get your little friend back. It might help to retrace
every moment of your night. You know,
you two are super close,
so odds are you were together. Right? Um… Because if you
weren’t together,
where would you have been? See, I don’t… It must take
a super special person to distract you
from your friends. I don’t know. Think, Andie. Who were you
with last night? What?
You were with someone? I mean, I showed up, I shotgunned a beer
with Courtney, and I… All right, okay.
That’s enough. ANDIE: Josh,
what are you doing? (DISTORTED VOICE)
What are you doing? Oh, my God. I have… (COUGHING) JOSH:Andie.Andie. Hey, hey, here. Drink this. Thanks. How do you feel? Physically? Fine. That’s not what I meant. I’m fine. I was just trying
to remember stuff
from last night, but I guess it
doesn’t matter, right? It was probably
nothing anyway. Andie. It wasn’t nothing. I remember, too. ALEC: Hey, Josh,
where you at? We found Imogen! I can’t. I’m sorry, I… Really, I… (RETCHING) COURTNEY
Wake up, Imogen! Oh, my God, we’ve been looking
everywhere for you! Wake up! (SCREAMING) Courtney, I am woken! I am awake! Oh, my God, Imogen,
are you okay? What happened? I just fell asleep
for a little bit. Who did this to you? Me. (SNICKERS) I can’t
wait for this one. I locked myself
inside the cage. Why? Because the party
was just getting
a bit overwhelming. And I saw so many things. What? What did you see? There’s just…
There’s so many secrets,
and I just… I can’t. No, I have to.
I have to. No, I can’t. Okay, I just… (GRUNTING) Dakota’s straight! (ALL LAUGHING) No. You guys, no. I saw him. I saw him. I saw you kissing Mae. (CHUCKLES) No. Imogen, you sweet dumb baby, I always hook up with
girls when I’m faded. It’s foreplay. Yeah, it’s true. He likes to ditch
the girls later,
then hook up with a guy knowing he’s hurt
someone’s feelings. I don’t mind. Oh. So, you locked yourself
inside of a dog cage because you thought
I was straight? Now that you know
he’s super gay, you want to get
out of the dog cage? How did you even know
there was a dog crate in here? Oh, my gosh, you guys,
this really nice frat boy in a teddy bear onesie, he led me in here
and said I could be alone. And I was able to stay
at the party on my own terms. Yeah, you did it. Let’s get brunch
to celebrate. Wait. Wait a minute,
you guys. Brunch? Am I the only one curious
if there was ever a dog here? ALEC: Brunch! Was there a dog? You know what, forget it. What’s going on with you? I’m just tired, Alec. Yeah, I’m gonna go
check on Imogen. (SCOFFS) Whatever. Are you okay? I have to tell
you guys something. Josh kissed me last night. What? What? Like, really,
really kissed me. Oh, my God! I lock myself inside
a friggin’ dog cage
and I miss everything. Wait. You know Alec
is gonna kill you. Yep, but I don’t care. (ALL SQUEALING) Wait, wait, wait, wait.
You do realise what
this means, right? Mmm-hmm. This semester
is about to get a whole
lot more interesting. ANDIE:At the beginning
of this year, boys avoided me
like the plague.
Now? I’ve run
bases with babes,
fraternized at frats,
and Josh kissed me!
It’s been a crazy semester,but I have a feeling
we’re just getting started.
(UPBEAT MUSIC PLAYING)

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