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The To Do List (25-Jul-2013)

Director: Maggie Carey

Writer: Maggie Carey

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

A goody-two-shoes high school student teased over her virginity resolves to learn all about sex before heading off to college.

ABSTRACT
Brandi Klark, a high school valedictorian and socially awkward young woman in early-1990s Boise, Idaho, is teased relentlessly by her experienced older sister over her status as a virgin. Determined to shed her clear-cut image after relating a story of an aborted sexual encounter whilst drunk at a party for the first time in her life, Brandi composes a list of sexual acts to explore, endeavoring to complete them all before it comes time for her to leave for college.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rachel Bilson
Actor
25-Aug-1981   Summer Roberts on The O.C.
Connie Britton
Actor
6-Mar-1968   Nikki Faber on Spin City
Donald Glover
Actor
25-Sep-1983   Troy Barnes on Community
Nolan Gould
Actor
28-Oct-1998   Luke Dunphy on Modern Family
Clark Gregg
Actor
2-Apr-1962   The New Adventures of Old Christine
Bill Hader
Actor
7-Jun-1978   Saturday Night Live
Jack McBrayer
Actor
27-May-1973   30 Rock
Christopher Mintz-Plasse
Actor
20-Jun-1989   Superbad
Adam Pally
Actor
18-Mar-1982   Max Blum on Happy Endings
Aubrey Plaza
Comic
26-Jun-1984   Parks and Recreation
Andy Samberg
Actor
18-Aug-1978   SNL, The Lonely Island
Alia Shawkat
Actor
18-Apr-1989   Maeby on Arrested Development

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