Clerks II (2006) - Synopsis

At the age of 33, New Jersey mini-mart clerks and best friends Dante Hicks (O’Halloran) and Randal Graves (Anderson) have it made ­ they work with each other, slack off all day, and get paid for it. But when the local Quick Stop that has been their entire life and livelihood suffers a cataclysm, Dante and Randal have to do the unthinkable: find new minimum-wage jobs. Now, they're bringing their rapid-fire one-liners, bad attitudes and unbridled love of fun at the customeršs expense to Mooby's burger joint, where the only other employees are an uber-nerd (Ferhman) and an entirely too sexy manager (Dawson). But when Dante announces that he's going to leave Jersey forever and marry Emma Bunting (Schwalbach Smith), his co-workers plan one last send-off that quickly goes awry. As unbridled debates rage over such burning matters as Return of the King v. Return of the Jedi; George Lucas v. Peter Jackson v. Jesus; and how far is too far in every area from teenage sex to "customer relations," Dante has to figure out an even bigger riddle: just how friendship, love, work and having a great time every single day can all come together in one humble adult existence.