Shelby arrives at college with hopes and dreams to get her party on. However, she learns that sororities aren’t allowed to host parties, and does not enjoy the rapey vibes of the frat parties.
She and her friends decide to start their own sorority, Kappa Nu, so they can throw the parties they dreamed of. What better place to move in than the abandoned home of Delta Psi, right next to Kelly and Mac Radner. Here they meet Teddy, who is sulking because his best friend is moving on in life without him. Teddy finds new meaning in mentoring the Kappa Nu girls.
The Radners (with new baby and newly purchased house in a different part of town) have just placed their current house under escrow– a.k.a. this is the worst time for a party sorority to move in next door. They try to get the sorority in trouble for partying, but they just repeat the mistake of the past and piss off the sorority, launching it into extreme party mode.
When Teddy questions their tactics, Kappa Nu cuts him loose, and he teams up with Mac and Kelly to teach the sorority a lesson. Together, they manage to sabotage Kappa Nu and put them into financial insecurity.
In a final attempt to come up with enough buckets of money to save their house, Kappa Nu throws a party that sacrifices everything they stand for– they throw a frat party.
Is that Phi Lambda chick Selena Gomez?
Yes, yes it is.
Wait, is that whole sororities can’t throw parties but fraternities can thing actually real?
Yes, yes it is.
So when he is proposing, Darren uses Pete’s full name “Peter McCallister.” Is this for real?
Most likely this completes some time-loop, alternate reality Home Alone fan theory I’ve never heard of.
Is “Never drink the punch” a real rule?
Definitely. You don’t want to get Cosby’d.
Why doesn’t the college do anything about all the parties that Kappa Nu throws?
Per the Dean, trying to shut down a sorority that is attempting to go against the grain would be a PR nightmare.
Would Teddy dancing really distract a whole sorority?
Probably. You saw him with his shirt off, right?
Why would Teddy make an exceptional gay wedding planner?
Please see above.
If you have any other questions about Teddy’s continuing story of becoming a party planner, please leave it below.