Childhood friends Sasha and Marcus have a falling out and don't speak for 15 years. But when Sasha, now a celebrity chef in Los Angeles, returns to her hometown of San Francisco to open a new restaurant, she runs into her old pal - a happily complacent musician still living at home and working for his dad. Though the two are reluctant to reconnect, they soon find the old sparks - and maybe some new ones - are there.
There's Always Been Something Between Them
Did You Know?
Ali Wong began performing while at UCLA as a member of the university's LCC Theatre Company, the largest and longest-running University Asian American theater company, of which Randall Park was a co-founding member during his time at UCLA. See more
Several instances of dialogue being dubbed in post-production during moments when characters are clearly not speaking, such as Sasha's lines about a tampon budget and Ellen's 80's comedy. See more
I don't give a shit. I don't give a shit about your branding thoughts. You never loved me! This was just about business! I cannot believe I wasted my prime reproductive years on you! I hope you have terrible karma and come back in the next life as a nasty little lizard and get stepped on by someone on a hike! You are getting the finger so hard right now! I hope you get malaria and shit yourself to death, you shitty piece of shit!
May I Have This Dance
Written by Francis Starlite
(as Francis Farewell Starlite), Aaron Lammer
, Bj Burton
(as Brandon Burton), Ariel Rechtshaid
, Grace Weber
(as Grace Elizabeth Weber), Benny Blanco
(as Benjamin Levin), and Cashmere Cat
(as Magnus Høiberg)
Performed by Francis and the Lights
Courtesy of KTTF
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