When Riley decides to sneak out to a college party with Maya, she’s plagued by her guilty conscience. Is it weird her conscience comes in the form of a giant potato tot? Perhaps . . . But the real question is, even if Riley’s parents don’t catch her, can she live with herself for lying to them?
Then news of Riley and Lucas’s first kiss gets out, and their peers push them into declaring they are a couple. Super lame. What’s worse, things between them suddenly get, well, awkward. Will Lucas and Riley live awkwardly ever after, or will they figure out that the power of friendship can overcome anything?