Dating our neighbor story
Teddy agrees on the condition that Mac and Kelly promise to always call him instead of calling the police.
To earn Mac and Kelly's favor, Teddy invites them to join the party, which the couple agree to.
*** On the way home from the park with Rosie, I ran along the sidewalk, rolling my hoop ahead of me with little nudges of the stick. I’ve come to sit on the floor in the sunshine in the drawing room, to listen to what they’re saying. “Look what they’re doing, it’s disgusting,” says my father. They had only a 3 percent share of the vote three years ago.
He’s climbed into a dark car, black as night, its lines as hard as stone. They’re all looking at a newspaper open on the coffee table. The Fascists had no trouble taking power completely in Italy. Everyone’s expecting them to improve on their last performance.
The fraternity's leaders, Teddy Sanders (Zac Efron) and Pete Regazolli (Dave Franco), aspire to join Delta Psi's Hall of Fame by throwing a massive end-of-the-year party.
One night, the couple ask Teddy to keep the noise down.
Teddy feels betrayed that his new friends went back on their promise.
Teddy catches them and fights Mac, while Kelly lights one of the fireworks and shoots it at Watkins's patrol car, while Paula convinces one of the Frat boys to turn the breaker box, resuming the huge party while the police officer is still there.
Teddy takes the blame for the party and convinces Pete to take the others and flee.
The restrictions of parenthood make it difficult for them to maintain their old lifestyle, which alienates them from their friends Jimmy Blevins (Ike Barinholtz) and his ex-wife, Paula (Carla Gallo).
One day, the couple finds out that Delta Psi Beta, a fraternity known for their outrageous parties, has moved into an adjacent house.