• Publication date: July 15, 2010

The joys & pains of finding Mr. or Mrs. Right Dating Games People Play: It�s a jungle out there

Nick Jenkins is ready to tie the knot with his girlfriend but a severe bout of cold feet causes him to reenter the world of dating unfortunately before Nick can again experience the joys of bachelorhood he receives news that the business he struggled to establish has lost its financial backing.

Nick Jenkins is ready to tie the knot with his girlfriend but a severe bout of cold feet causes him to reenter the world of dating unfortunately before Nick can again experience the joys of bachelorhood he receives news that the business he struggled to establish has lost its financial backing.

With no girlfriend and no income, the former self-made-man is forced to reexamine his path in life. Luckily Nick has his best friend and roommate Jed to help him navigate through this rough, foreign social terrain.

Perhaps Jed is not the best guide for Nick though. While he is a successful writer with ample income, he is also incredibly insecure, opting to lie about his occupation to women he dates, assuming that girls are universally unimpressed by wordsmiths. Despite his flaws he manages to hook up with Robin Jaeger, who regularly meets with her best friend Mona to guzzle wine and discuss their latest romantic mishaps.

Nick inevitably meets the single and cute Mona, and they begin dating. The two are a perfect match, although the fledgling entrepreneur wonders if romance will interfere with his business goals. Heeding the advice of his skirt-chasing dad, Nick ends his relationship with Mona and once again welcomes the freedom of bachelorhood.

Soon his freedom transforms into emotional imprisonment though, and he begins to see the wisdom of a conventional relationship. Realizing his mistake, Nick attempts to reconcile with Mona � but has the bridge already been burnt?

Showing On: MBC MAX

Year: 2006

Duration: 95 minutes

Genre: Comedy/Romance

Starring:

Austin Peck

Leslie Bega

Stefan Marc

Stephanie Brown

Michael Luckerman

Director: Stefan Marc

Rating: Rated R for sexual humor and harsh language.