He starts out with only one motivation – to protect Kat, to save her, but somewhere along the way he ends up with a few tagalongs.
He also starts to wonder about the virtual reality and The Company behind it.
Going on a said hike, the two of them end up jumping off a cliff into the ocean and kissing for the first time.
Because they run into each other at the resort, Peter finds he actually likes Aldous and then Aldous uses this new openness to tell Peter he had been dating Sarah for over a year at that point.
So he buys two sets of the expensive gloves and headset to enable him and Kat to explore this new virtual reality, hopefully together.
While that does happen, he pissed his parents off too much by buying them and they ruin his set.
The story is complex to have enough twists and turns, but it took a long time for the story to really take off.Posted in Comedy, Movie Reviews, Romantic with tags Dracula puppet musical, Hawaii, Infant Sorrow, Jack Mc Brayer, Jason Segel, Jason Segel full frontal nude scene, Judd Apatow film, Kristen Bell, Kristen Bell in a bikini, Mila Kunis, Paul Rudd, Russel Brand on November 16, 2008 by Mystery Man PLOT: Composer Peter Bretter (Jason Segel) has spent five years adoring his girlfriend, television star Sarah Marshall (Kristen Bell), despite living completely in her shadow.