Her parents try to make her feel better. She then invites him to her bedroom. In the following morning, Aubrey tells her parents that she found a great guy and messed it up by pushing him away. In the lobby, she apologizes for being strange on the phone and having him jump off the roof. Dave receives her home number through a mutual friend and calls her house, catching Aubrey as her parents are berating her about the wine on the rug. At the friend's house, Aubrey and Jane end up together at the pool, and talk about Dave. Aubrey invites Dave to walk home with her and then into her house, noting that she has a boyfriend. There's also some swearing one "f--k," plus "bitch" and "s--t" and a car crash. But it's worth it, because a true relationship demands the willingness to be vulnerable. Positive Messages Finding a meaningful relationship while you're a teenager can be very difficult in a world where your peers are all cloaking their real selves so they don't get hurt. When he offers to dance with her she refuses, explaining that public displays of affection PDA are distasteful, in her opinion. Throughout this, they gradually reveal and discover their feelings for each other, ending in them kissing in the parking lot where Dave pulled over. Dave awkwardly puts on a condom that Aubrey has, and the scene fades out as they decide to have sex. Jane repeatedly flirts with Dave inside the theater, sitting next to him, taking off her jacket and attempting to hold his hand. She eventually gives in and starts to dance with him, minutes before the police raid the party. She leads him to believe she's not interested, but asks for a ride to school. Expect open conversations about sex, virginity, and condom use; some heavy making out; an implied post-sex scene of teens in bed together; and topless teen girls covering their breasts with their hands while running out of a party where underage drinking is taking place.