Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds is a gay-themed romantic comedy film released in 2006. It is the sequel to Eating Out and Jim Verraros, Rebekah Kochan and Emily Brooke Hands reprise their roles from the original. The film debuted at the Outfest film festival before a limited theatrical release.
Eating Out 2 bills itself as "the first American gay sequel".
While Kyle and Troy start attending meetings with the campus ex-gay ministry, Marc notices Kyle becoming close with Troy and decides to try and seduce Troy himself. Troy eventually breaks down to Marc's advances during Gwen's homoerotic photo shoot and the two fool around, but Marc can't go through with it because he still has feelings for Kyle. Troy then overhears Gwen and Marc talking about the entire scheme.
Troy then visits Tiffani and Kyle because they have an "arrangement" that lets Kyle sleep with guys. The two attempt a threesome, but Troy gets revenge against the two by goading them into performing an uncomfortable act of cunnilingus first. Gwen and Marc storm into Kyle's house after witnessing the debacle, and Troy scolds the group for being so sex-mad. Troy ultimately concludes that he's bisexual (to which everyone shouts out, "There's no such thing!", although they later accept this) and Kyle admits he wrongly pushed Marc away.
The five started making another scheme for outing Jacob, the closeted leader of the ex-gay ministry, to his mother by tricking him to have sex with Octavio in a port-o-potty on wheels. Jacob finally comes out to his mother, and flees with Octavio after Octavio tried to get with Kyle but Kyle refuses. Troy takes a liking to Tiffani and they start a relationship.
In the end Marc and Kyle got back together after confessing their feelings to each other and starting kissing. And Gwen, starts to date a girl in her own course of experimentation.
Brett Chukerman replaces Ryan Carnes, who portrayed Marc in the original.