PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance
A college student, branded a loser by his roommates and booted from the dorm, falls in love with a coed who has eyes for their condescending professor.
The character of Dora Diamond is in part inspired by Franz Kafka's girlfriend late in his life, Dora Dymant. Kafka is mentioned in the English class scene in the movie.
What kinda drugs were you giving out here?
Chris: Drugs? Man, all we had was BEER.
Paul Tannek: You can't pass out from beer.
Chris: Yes, you can, if you take something before you drink it!
Dora convinces her obviously over-protective mother that she is spending the night with a friend in the "all-girl's dorm." Later, she basically moves in with her professor-boyfriend for what seems like several nights without even a thought of what to tell her mother.
$6,008,611 (USA) (23 July 2000)
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