Mix-and-match and seating are the projects driving two teams of roommates to shop for interesting items they can refurbish for resale in Hollywood.
After finding out that his new, mysterious roommate, Marcus, was a famous child singer, Zack shows him what he missed growing up as a celebrity.
Dr. Nicki urges both Coreys to meet one final time so they can have real closure. She confronts Haim on his sobriety and Haim once again flees. In a drugged daze, Haim finally cops to having a problem and agrees to throw away all of his pills. The next morning there is a glimmer of hope as Haim lands a role in an upcoming movie. Haim decides he would like real closure and calls Feldman, but Feldman only reiterates his stand about Haim's sobriety. Haim lets Feldman know where he will be the next day in case he wants to meet. Hoping to end the long history of the two Coreys on a high note, a dazed Haim heads to the meeting place above Hollywood waiting for his old best friend, but there is no sign of Feldman.
Corey Feldman vows that until Corey Haim gets clean, he and Susie want nothing to do with him. Haim's assistant Nelle confronts him on his drug use. Haim's mom arrives and she and Dr. Nicki discuss Haim's problems w/ prescription pills. Feldman does a photo shoot and his image issues prompt him to get liposuction. He divulges that his insecurities mainly stem from his mother's abusive behavior and the nature of the business that he was in at such an early age. Haim spirals even further as Nelle fears for his career and Dr. Nicki fears for his life.
In therapy The Two Coreys talk about ways to rebuild their friendship. Afterwards, Feldman invites Haim to hang out. The next day Haim arrives at the Feldmans' home to find Susie, Feldman and his good friends Pauly Shore and Todd Bridges ready to stage an intervention on him. Haim denies a problem and storms out stating that he is done with Feldman 100%. The next day the Feldmans go to Haim's house to apologize, but their plan goes terribly south as their peace offering devolves into an explosive fight. Both Coreys decide this is the end of their relationship.
Susie and Corey Feldman go to the Playboy Mansion and Hugh Hefner asks Susie to do a spread for Playboy. Meanwhile Corey Haim plays golf with his visiting father who he hardly gets to see. Susie does the photo shoot for Hef and Feldman begins to freak out - but then lets go of his control issues and is ultimately proud of his beautiful wife. Haim goes to an actor's studio to speak to the child actors about his experiences. It is a great night and Haim's Dad tells his son that it was the best day of his life.
With Valentine's Day looming, Corey Haim realizes how alone he is and tries to find a date. Meanwhile, Corey Feldman plans the biggest Valentine's Day surprise ever for his beautiful wife Suzie. Haim meets a girl and takes her out to eat but she ends up trying to use him for Hollywood connections. The Feldmans set Haim up with former playmate Nicole Narain, but when Haim takes her out to dinner, he becomes over-eager and scares her off. Feldman's plans go perfectly as he surprises Susie with flowers, balloons, an upsized ring and an over-the-top serenade.
With the Lost Boys 2 shoot looming, the Two Coreys sing each others praises and let Dr. Nicki know that they are in a really good place. But on the eve of the shoot, Corey Haim is a nervous wreck. Haim arrives on set visibly under the influence, and Corey Feldman can only watch in horror as things progress from bad to worse. Haim's first day back on a film set in fifteen years is a disaster. In therapy the next day Feldman emotionally tells his friend he is throwing it all away and Dr. Nicki calls Haim out on his drug use. Faced with these accusations and his own self-sabotage, Haim walks out.
In the 11th hour Corey Haim questions whether he is going to do Lost Boys 2 which leads to an argument with Feldman - who helped Haim get the role in the first place. Haim really wants Feldman to stop worrying about his career and personal life. Feldman hires an assistant and begins to pitch new meetings for projects that do not involve Haim. Determined to get his own career back on track, Haim hires an assistant named Nelle, later lands an audition and finally books his first gig in 15 years!
Corey Haim decides he wants to make amends for all the things he's done wrong in the past and takes out an apology ad in Daily Variety magazine. Feldman, Susie and their manager Scott Carlson think it's a PR stunt. However, when Haim invites the Feldmans to his house for a tension-filled dinner, Haim apologizes to them and the Feldmans start to believe that Haim is ready to change.
Corey Haim arrives back in LA and is ready to get his career and his friendship with Corey Feldman back on track. Feldman is content with where he is in his career and with his family, and would be fine if never saw Haim again. At the urging of his wife Susie and manager Scott Carlson, Feldman finally relents to a meeting. The Two Coreys reunite at a diner and things get heated when Haim brings some skeletons out the closet and the two begin to argue over their differences and memories of their storied pasts.
Corey Haim and Corey Feldman's first meeting since their fallout continues to flare at the diner and topics and personal accounts that were never made public come flying out. When they are unable to see eye-to-eye about their issues, they decide to see a therapist to try and work out their problems. In therapy more skeletons are revealed as accusations fly, but both Coreys ultimately agree that they have to accept each other in order to work together in the future.
Feldman and Susie look back at the previous 8 weeks of life with Corey Haim, adding insights to the experience and sharing many unseen moments.
After eight weeks of living together, the simmering tension between Haim and Susie reaches a boiling point. After a spat about Haim's slovenly living habits, Haim threatens to leave, but decides to stay for a business meeting with Feldman and an up-and-coming movie director. When Haim discovers Susie pressuring Feldman to send him packing, he confronts them and an explosive argument ensues. The shouting match quickly becomes physical, and Haim decides it is time for him to leave for good. The "Coreys" are over...for now.
With Joanne in town, Haim is finally happy and the Feldman's finally have some time to themselves. Feldman and Susie decide to take advantage of this and head to the mountains for a romantic getaway. But when Haim begins to question his relationship with Joanne, he decides to crash the Feldman's little vacation - much to Susie's dismay. With Joanne's time stateside running out and their relationship at a turning point, Haim tries to avoid the mistakes he's made in the past.
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