When Adam is invited back to Sarah's place after meeting her at a concert it all seems too good to be true, until he's introduced to Sarah's dog, Wilfred.
Wilfred offers him a bong and quickly sizes up Adam as a lightweight. Wilfred encounters Adam again during the night and has no problem coercing him into making nachos.
Adam awakes from a bad dream, unsure of exactly what he's got himself into. When Sarah leaves to do some shopping Wilfred explains to Adam the source of Sarah's unhappiness. Adam tries to help by cleaning up the yard but a discovery spooks him into a panic. His attempt at escape is interrupted by Sarah, who easily convinces him to stay for dinner. Even Wilfred appears to be warming to Adam, providing him with a change of clothes and even accompanying him to the pub. Over a couple of beers Wilfred questions Adam's motives and reminds him that he's the one who'll have to pick up the pieces if he walks out on Sarah.
Back home, some dinner, some TV and our young lovers already seem to be slipping into a relationship of convenience.