Unwilling to telephone his fiancée, Jane Bennet, at 1:00 in the morning for a ride home after spending the night in the company of his friends, William Darcy and Richard Fitzwilliam, an... More > inebriated Charles Bingley decides to call his future sister-in-law, Elizabeth Bennet, instead.
While all three men are in need of assistance from Elizabeth, Darcy happens to desire a bit more from her than she might be prepared to give him. Madly in love with her since he'd first laid his dark, penetrating eyes on her many months prior, Darcy is determined to make the most of the awkward situation in which he finds himself and win her at last.
Hijinxs ensue and, in the end, the entire P&P gang ends up getting much, much more than any of them ever bargained for.
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