The brothers complete their stock form by buying more "Pop Muzik" songs from 3rd Party, who was then looking for a new bass player. They go back to their parents' house, where they pay them off with money they get from their friends, Tony and Melissa, who give them more money and resume working at the plant shop. Then the three nonchalant pipp-friends return and tell the brothers the deal is off. Their hearts and heads are full of other ideas. Bob X of Fresh Prince fame turns up, and the brothers ask him for $50.00. He gives them a card with the number to his agency on it. They call the number, and it turns out their friends are from the music business: They gave the brothers a business card and said they would make another call. When they do, they persuade the brothers to head out to the Roxbury to ask Zadir to make a deal, and let the record-setting gig in. When they get there, Zadir's sister Sara is there working, and she calls them all crazy. They dance to a DJ's hit "A Good Day To Die" and attempt to score the ones they got from the card founds in the trash. The three friends get a table at the club, and make fun of the brothers' features. They then dance with a girl, who turns out to be a man in drag. Doug and Steve then meet costume designer Paul (Paul Benjamin) and three Vegas performers, Brandy (Brandy), Jane (Lea Thompson) and Jesse (Jesse Metcalfe). They convince the three to partner with a fellow performer and the Roxbury becomes profitable for the first time in years. After the brothers have a couple of drinks, they have to drive home in the owner's limousines as they are too young to buy a car. They end up on the freeway, and Steve drives to the end and gets out. Just then, a police car, driven by Richard Grieco, drives up and he tries to save the brothers. The brothers are safe, and the complications begin.
Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels managed to turn Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan's recurring one-joke skit about two clueless clubheads into a major motion picture. That's why they call him an entrepreneur. d2c66b5586