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Milo Ventimiglia stars in this 2005 comedy, “Dirty Deeds”, about a high school student who must uphold a school tradition and complete a list of tasks on the eve of homecoming weekend. Produced by Todd Seile and directed by David Kendall, it runs approximately 87 minutes and is rated PG-13. Matthew Carey, Lacey Chabert, Tom Amandes, Mark Derwin, and Charles Dunning costar. Zach Harper (Ventimiglia) is a high school student who accepts the challenge of completing the dirty deeds, ten to be exact, all of which must be successfully executed on Friday evening of homecoming weekend. The list has a notorious history at Zach's school, as much for its corresponding list of students who have failed to complete it, as for the one who did: Duncan Rimes (Zeile). Rimes, however, completed the list during a time when it consisted of merely eight tasks. This is what accounts, he explains, for the list's current number of tasks, since each completion warrants the addition of tasks to the list. Zach ends up trying to complete the list for a somewhat roundabout reason. A girl he's slightly crushing on, Meg (Chabert), has a little brother, Kyle (Robinson), who also wants to complete the list. Kyle wants to show a group of jocks who've been bullying him that he's man enough and not to be messed with. Meg is certain Kyle will get hurt while completing the list, and asks for Zach's help. The list includes consuming a beer in front of policemen, locating Duncan Rimes, stealing a $100,000 vehicle, procuring an autograph on a homecoming queen's bra, creating a meat and whole wheat with secret sauce sandwich, clocking the hardest kid in town, transporting a large leprechaun balloon to his high school, relocating a corpse to the high school, and capturing the night-watchman's prosthetic leg. Though the jocks who have tormented Kyle attempt to sabotage Zach, they fail, and Zach prevails.