Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Some human predicaments are inexplicably brought to film and this is a case in point. An amorous couple couples, and then cannot uncouple, giving a new meaning to the phrase "it's a dog's life." They first laugh at each other, then they struggle to no avail, then the woman cusses out the man. They somehow make their way to the bathtub (soapy water has been known to remove wedding rings), and failing that attempt, they work their way to the phone to call for help. By some miracle, no great anatomical damage ensues and they finally are able to separate - but only after they realize they are in love. This is probably the first time in cinematic history that the result of a couple falling in love is anticlimactic.
embarrassment, love, sex