For Your Viewing Pleasure: Smile Smile's Jack and Jill vs. The World Scene

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In case you were curious about what Smile Smile's scene was like, or if you've been wondering if Freddie Prinze Jr.'s acting chops have improved since She's All That, we present the following clip from Jack and Jill vs. The World:

...and your answers are: "Brief!" and "No!"

Still, Smile Smile's been on something of a roll of late: The band was selected as a featured artist by clothing company Diesel earlier this week.

Which I guess means Smile Smile's about to be huge in the Freddie Prinze Jr.-loving, expensive jeans-wearing world. --Pete Freedman

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