Apr 15, 2007
Season 1 Episode 5
Things are looking up for Randy as he learns that he's snagged a role in the environmental-themed movie Cosmic Radio indie director and producer Stephen Savage, and is excited to be part of a movie with an honorable message. Afterwards, the Sons do a radio interview with actor C. Thomas Howell about growing up with celebrity fathers, in which Sean says that he got his record deal on his own, and Randy agrees that there's a big misconception that they ride on their father's coattails without the talent. Sean adds that it's hard to figure out who his real friends are because people's intentions are not always the best. On the road to Idyllwild, where Randy's film is being shot, Randy is dismayed by all the dialogue he's got left to learn for the part. In rustic Idyllwild, Dave and Randy check into the humble Fireside Inn. At dinner, Stephen Savage, Randy, and Dave discuss the film, which. Savage compares a Quentin Tarantino film complete with an amazing cast. The next morning, Randy has a tough time finding clothes that fit within the low budget wardrobe, and then later flounders as he attempts to read his lines, distracted by protestors. Nonetheless, the director proclaims that it's a wrap, claiming he can work with what he has. This bothers Randy, and Dave tries to cheer him up by telling him that he looks good. Meanwhile in L.A., Sean is happily putting the moves on a young lady in the pool. But how far will his antics go?