Box set containing three popular teen romantic comedies. 'First Daughter' (2004) stars Katie Holmes as a seemingly ordinary college freshman with one important exception - her father (Michael Keaton) is the President of the United States. When Samantha (Holmes) begins her studies at Redmond University, she asks her father to remove the two Secret Service agents who follow her everywhere. The President agrees, but out of concern for her safety, he sends in a young undercover agent, James (Marc Blucas), who will pose as the Resident Advisor. Samantha and James quickly beome friends and pretty soon their friendship grows into a romance. When Samantha discovers the truth about James, she wonders if his love for her is real or just part of his cover. In 'Just Married' (2003), when radio reporter Tom (Ashton Kutcher) and aspiring novelist Sarah (Brittany Murphy) fall in love, it seems that nothing in the world can come between them, not even the disapproval of their friends and family. Sarah and Tom soon get married and head off for a month-long dream honeymoon in Italy, but bad luck and Sarah's jealous ex-boyfriend conspire to create havoc wherever the happy couple go. It's not long before the newlyweds begin to suspect that their honeymoon might last longer than their marriage. Finally, in 'Never Been Kissed' (1999), Josie Geller (Drew Barrymore) is twenty five and has ambitions to be the youngest copy editor at a major newspaper. However, her track record in relationships is not so impressive: in fact, she has never shaken off her geeky reputation from school, and never really been kissed. She gets a chance to belatedly misspend her youth, however, when she masquerades as a high school student for a writing assignment. Can she keep her journalistic integrity in the face of adolescent temptation?