As "the male" (Mackenzie Astin) and "the female" (Carmen Electra) embark upon their new relationship, the alien documents candid moments from their courtship, offering up anthropological commentary and analysis along the way." 'The Mating Habits of the Earthbound Human' is currently available to rent, purchase, or stream via subscription on VUDU, i Tunes Store, and .
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David Hyde Pierce describes this encounter in hilarious detail, describing Jennys dancing as a mating dance designed to tell potential mates that she is ready to procreate and to loosen her egg in preparation for her mate, discussing how Billy is drinking fermented grains to look attractive to a potential mate and so on.
Here's the plot: "In this mockumentary, an observant alien reveals the bizarre and hilarious truth about human dating rituals and relationships.
The alien (David Hyde Pierce) focuses on two young people who meet in a Los Angeles nightclub.
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A Mockumentary on the subject of late 90s dating, from the perspective of an alien observer, complete with Wildlife Commentary Spoof style narration.
It tells the story of The Male (Billy), a twenty-something accountant, and his budding relationship with The Female (Jenny), an attractive computer worker, described and analyzed (sometimes hilariously inaccurately) by an alien narrator.
David Hyde Pierce, playing an alien (credited as infinity-cubed in the opening credits), narrates a courtship in a late-20th century American city as an extraterrestrial nature documentary.
The relationship “footage” is played straight, while the voice-over (with its most often wildly inaccurate theories) and elaborate visual metaphors add comedy.
The narrator is interested and slightly baffled with each of the bells, whistles, and jumps any young human goes through in their goal in attracting a date.
Viewers can chuckle at the narratorâ€™s definite mistakes in his assumptions while sympathizing with each step of the dating process as the Male, otherwise known as Billy (Mackenzie Astin), awkwardly gets the Femaleâ€™s, also known as Jenny (Carmen Electra), number in a noisy club to his subsequent panic during the first date and first kiss.
Writer-director Jeff Abugov’s feature debut, “The Mating Habits of the Earthbound Human,” has a great premise.