She's the super-successful one with the big--time job and awesome apartment in SoHo. You're working on a one-act play and staying with four people in a two-bedroom apartment. She just broke up with one of the Franco brothers. You just made out with a guy who looks like a Baldwin--and not the good one. You actually don't have any issues with each other ... until you get home. Then it's a flashback to 1992 and you two are fighting about who gets to ride shotgun with your dad to the grocery store.
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