At a bridal boutique, one of the bridesmaids is having trouble getting out of her dress. As she struggles to pull the dress over her head in the fitting room, she calls for Sarah (the bride) to help her. However, the bride, followed by the other bridesmaids, is distracted by her Fruit of the Loom breathable underwear. They all admire the blue perforated undies, blowing on her to see if she can feel the breeze; even the sales clerk asks her to spin around, in awe. Still stuck in the dress, the now spectacle of a bridesmaid gets obvious advice from the bride rather than the help she needs: Don't get that dress -- it doesn't fit.