Mamma's Boy (B Side: The Perfect Son)
Rachel, a 20-year-old girl, as she walks down the stairs and struts into her family's kitchen -- barely dressed and hair tousled from a late night out partying. Her younger step-brother, Nathan, is eating cereal and dressed neatly in his uniform. When he sees her, he lowers his eyes in disgust and exclaims that she shouldn't be walking around the house like that. Laughing at him, Rachel grabs some food and sits down beside her brother. She teases him for still wearing his uniformto , even though he doesn't have to. He's 18-years-old and still acts like a boy. Nathan tells her to leave him alone, he dresses like this because he is a good student. He's planning to graduate and go to college, unlike her! Ignoring him, she continues to tease him and act like a bitch when Nathan mutters that she's lucky his mom had to work the early shift this week because, otherwise, she would be in big trouble for making fun of him. She laughs even harder and calls him a mama's boy before he slams his spoon down and storms out of the room. Nathan storms into the living room and calls his mother. Over the phone, he tells her that Rachel is making fun of him again. Moreover, he's pretty sure she's hungover and planning to do something bad this week while she's out working. Telling on his sister is Nathan's attempt to try and get his mother to come home, because he doesn't like being alone with her. She makes him feel uncomfortable. His mother assures him that he is a big boy and that he shouldn't worry about his step-sister like that. She is just figuring herself out, especially with her father always travelling on business and not giving her attention. Besides, it's nice to see the two of them finally spend quality time together. After all, they are a blended family. She tells him she loves him, but she must go back to work, and the mother and son have a sappy, sentimental parting. When Nathan gets off the phone, he still feels frustrated. He turns to leave when he realizes Rachel has been listening the entire time. 'I make you feel uncomfortable?' she asks teasingly. Nathan tells her not to be gross, they're like family. She needs to go put real clothes on and not dress like such a floozy. What would mom say? Rachel asks why Nathan is always running to his mom when he needs something. Does he have a crush on her or something? It's weird for him to be such a mamma's boy! Nathan tells her to leave him alone, grabs his backpack, and storms out of the house for college. Nathan comes home when he hears moaning. He calls out to his mother, but gets no reply. Slowly walking up the stairs, he realizes that the noises are coming from his bedroom! When he opens the door, he is shocked to see his step-sister watching one of his pornos on TV. Embarrassed, he tries to turn the TV off while she mocks him about all the dirty movies she found hidden under his bed. She is wearing nothing but a crop top and panties. Finally getting the TV to turn off, he runs over to his bed to try and conceal the pile of DVDs strewn all over. It seems like he is desperately searching for something. Smiling triumphantly, Rachel watches him scramble before asking 'Are you looking for the photos of mom?' Nathan freezes. His eyes look wild with anger. Rachel pulls out a series of cum-stained photographs of his mother and shows them to Nathan. 'These look really soiled,' she says. 'How many loads did you drop on this photo? Does my dad know that you jack off to photos of your mother?' Nathan tries to grab the photos away, but Rachel runs around the room, teasing them in his face and continuing to berate them. 'Between these cum soaked pictures and all your hardcore porn, I think it's safe to say that I have something rather important to tell our parents about your perverted behavior!'
Jessy and Adam, two 19-year-old college sweethearts, as they sit awkwardly at a dining room table. The couple, who met at college, have been dating for several months and tonight Adam has brought the girl home to meet his step-mother, Mrs. Curtin. Jessy is an outspoken, liberal arts student, a sharp contrast from Adam, who dresses conservatively, studies economics, and still lives at home. But the two are in love and, despite Adam's reservations, Jessy has been the one pushing to meet his family. She is very serious about him and wants to take things to the next level. So, under the table, she squeezes his hand and assures him that everything will be ok. When Mrs. Curtin enters the room, carrying a tray of food, Adam drops his girlfriend's hand and stands up to help his mother. She is dressed immaculately and seems friendly but fragile -- there is something about the way she carries herself that is almost frantic. While her son dutifully helps her set the food down, Mrs. Curtin smiles and tells Jessy about what a good man Adam has become. Ever since she came into his life when he was a young boy, he has been just like a real son to her -- a perfect son. Jessy, bright and bubbly, tells Mrs. Curtin in turn all about how she met Adam and how much she likes him. His mother smiles and feigns interest, but you can tell she is very preoccupied with her boy. The moment he starts to move back over to Jessy's side, she comes up with some reason for him to come back to her. Adam seems aware of this and awkwardly tries to diffuse the situation but, after a certain point, Jessy begins to feel uneasy. She excuses herself to the bathroom. Once alone, Jessy closes the bathroom door and presses herself against it. She stares off into space ... something is very strange about Adam's mother! Jessy washes her hands and stares at herself in the bathroom mirror before returning to the dining room. She finds Adam sitting alone. He seems nervous and agitated. She asks him where his mother went but, before he can really reply, Jessy starts to candidly talk about how weird dinner has been. She can't believe how overbearing and clingy Mrs. Curtin is, especially since he is a grown man. Why is she treating him like a coddled child and why does he have to drop everything to care of her? It must be so annoying to still live at home; no wonder he is always so serious! As she laughs, she nudges closer to Adam to kiss him when she looks down and notices that Mrs. Curtin is under the table sucking her step- son's dick! Jessy jumps back in disgust and, after cursing at her boyfriend and his mother for being sick and disgusting, she storms out of the house. As she runs to her car and starts struggling to open the door, Adam follows apologetically after her. He begs her to stop and listen to him, he can explain everything. It's not what it looks like. It's not cheating and he doesn't consider it sex ... well not exactly .... he just has to take care of his mom this way. When Jessy accuses him of being a pervert, he reminds her that Mrs. Curtin isn't actually his biological relative ... she's just been his mom for most of his life. His father was horribly abusive and made their life a living hell so, ever since they split up, Adam has had to step in and take care of her. Mrs. Curtin is emotionally fragile and will spiral into panic attacks if he doesn't do things with her sometimes, especially when she is feeling threatened. It seems unorthodox but it is just how his family functions now. While Jessy moans and struggles to understand how her boyfriend could keep such a secret, Adam keeps trying to reassure her. 'I promise you I don't consider it sex,' he tells her. 'I just consider it being a good son. I'm helpingher keep calm. Nothing else has ever worked. Please, don't reject me because of this. I love you and I want to be with you. I swear!' Jessy asks if he will stop. Adam tells her he wants to stop and that's why he invited her over ... she is the first girl he's ever brought home. He begs her to just come inside and, together, they can explain to his mother how in love they are and, surely, she will understand that it's time to let him go. The frazzled Jessy finally agrees and follows him back inside the house Mrs. Curtin is waiting silently in the living room when the couple arrive. Jessy is standoffish and Adam must plead with her to get her to sit down beside him. Arms crossed, she coldly tells him to start talking. Adam turns to his mom and meekly tells her that their affair will need to stop. As she hears this, Mrs. Curtin starts to moan and curl up in a ball on the couch. Adam rushes to her side to comfort her, while Jessy stands up in protest. She tells him that she's leaving right now if he doesn't make a choice. Adam looks desperate and conflicted. Through her tears, Mrs. Curtin makes a proposal: If her perfect son is really going to choose Jessy over her, she needs to at least understand why. She needs to see what Jessy has that makes her so special. She needs to watch them being together!