Nick misses his sweetheart, Tris that despises the CDs he gives to her.The teenager Norah that studies in the Sacred Heart school with her best friend Caroline and Tris, has never had a boyfriend and does not know Nick but loves his musical taste, and collects the CDs that Tris throws in the garbage.Jones, who co-wrote the sharply funny and touching script with actor Will Mc Cormack, is simply glorious.And Samberg shines in a grounded performance that digs deep.At the age of 18 year’s old Dylan Minnette professional known as Dylan Christopher Minnette has a made good success in his life by being a successful actor.He is an American teen actor who is known by his acting and he is best known for his roles at Clay Norman in Saving Grace, Jack Shepherd son David in lost and also NBC drama awake from all this he is success and he is perfect actor.Tris gibes Norah and she asks Nick to be her boyfriend for five minutes without knowing that he was the ex of Tris.When the alcoholic Caroline is completely wasted, Thom and Dev offer to take her back home and ask Norah to date the brokenhearted Nick.
Meanwhile, Nick drives his old Yugo to meet Thom, Dev and his boyfriend Lethario and play in the same club where Norah, Caroline and Tris are.
Celeste is on a career high, spotting hot trends for an L. But even after the split, they stay besties, sharing in-jokes like mock jerking off any handy pencil or banana.
Their bond is hell on their mutual friends (Ari Graynor and Eric Christian Olsen), and especially on their dating lives. More surprisingly, they also play their characters for real, letting confusion and hurt seep in between the sillier setups.
He mixes it up with a terrific Mc Cormack, as his pot-addled pal, and Jones confides in her gay co-worker (Elijah Wood).
And yet those sitcom staples don't sink the ship.