ABOUT LAST NIGHT
About The Characters
Danny (Michael Ealy)
Still on the rebound from a relationship with a toxic ex-girlfriend that
ended over a year ago, restaurant supply salesman Danny is trying to learn how
to have fun again. Upon the urging of his best friend Bernie, Danny agrees to a
night out to meet Bernie's latest sexual conquest Joan, and her friend/roommate
Debbie. Unexpectedly intoxicated by the physical chemistry between him and
Debbie, Danny goes against his better judgment - not to mention Bernie's advice
-- and dives head first into this new relationship.
Debbie (Joy Bryant)
An educated and professional woman with a penchant for planning, Debbie is
accused of always trying to "organize the fun." She's always found safety in her
job and a scheduled lifestyle. She lives with her spirited and spunky best
friend Joan and is taken by surprised when she goes out for the night with Joan
and meets Danny. For the first time she can remember, Debbie throws caution to
the wind and falls into bed with Danny on the first night. Swept away by the
sexual chemistry and physical connection, Debbie finds herself falling fast and
hard. Soon she's forced to contend with her first brush with vulnerability.
Bernie (Kevin Hart)
An unfiltered, loud-mouthed salesman, Bernie loves every aspect of being
single and is not afraid to sing its praises. Always on the hunt for the next
woman to experience, Bernie counts himself an expert on being a bachelor and
challenges anyone to prove that relationships are the better way to go. When he
begins dating Joan, his equal in feistiness and sexual appetite, coupled with
"losing" his buddy and wingman Danny to a monogamous relationship, Bernie's
theories are put to the test.
Joan (Regina Hall)
A passionate, unapologetic and downright fiery woman, Joan is not afraid to
go after what feels right to her. Taken by surprise after meeting Bernie, an
unapologetic player who she beds on the first night and continues to sleep with,
she recognizes their undeniable sexual compatibility and like-mindedness. But
she also has to contend with his fear of relationships. Things get complicated
when Joan's bestie and roommate Debbie begins dating Bernie's close pal Danny,
and the dynamics begin to shift from the high of casual fun to the earthy
reality of relationships.
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