During his five years in college -- um, yeah, five -- Neal has had plenty of extra time to study his game. In fact, he has become quite skilled when it comes to sweeping unsuspecting women off their feet. So when he hits the streets of New York...... Read Full Episode Summary »
During his five years in college -- um, yeah, five -- Neal has had plenty of extra time to study his game. In fact, he has become quite skilled when it comes to sweeping unsuspecting women off their feet. So when he hits the streets of New York City looking for love, he's feeling pretty confident that he can score with the beautiful Emily. But the Gamekillers have other plans for him. Will this easygoing guy make the grade with Emily and come out at the top of his class or will the Gamekillers show him a thing or two and send him back to school?
When they first meet, Neal and Emily head to a spa. But just when they start hitting it off, in walks the unexpected Natural Disaster. He may be an earth-friendly tree-hugger but this Gamekiller is Neal's biggest foe during this day spa date. He seems to know all the right things to say to make Emily want to stand up and take action. That means that the best thing for Neal to do is take a deep breath and release the toxins of this ecological enemy. Namaste.
Then, wait, what's this? When Neal heads back to his hotel there's a totally hot woman wearing nothing but a towel that's locked out of her room, which just so happens to be right next to his. When she begs him to let her into his room to use the phone, well, we'll give you just one guess about what Neal decides to do. Enter the 11, the most gorgeous woman Neal has ever seen but will never lay a hand on. Face it, Neal, she's way out of your league! He's so not the 11's type, so why would he ruin what he could potentially have with Emily for this Gamekiller? Oh yeah, right, she's hot.
Now it's time to get ready to rock as Neal and Emily head out for their final date. The couple gets into the groove at an intimate club where up-and-coming musicians take the stage. But, unbeknownst to Neal, the next act is Emily's ex, the Balladeer, and he starts killing her softly with his song when the spotlight is on him. Is this Gamekiller a powerful one-hit wonder or will Neal score a hit and make it to the top of Emily's chart?