If it's good to be king, then it's also good to be a college-aged dot-com legend. Such was the case with Napster founder Sean Parker, who after creating the iconic file-sharing website in the late-90s went on to work with Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg on his budding community site.
That little-known relationship is now profiled in David Fincher's "The Social Network," with the increasingly impressive Justin Timberlake taking the role of Parker. In the clip below, we see one of those little side benefits to being a cavalier 20-something, as he attempts to introduce himself to a incredulous one-night-stand. Watch it below and then click here for more clips from "The Social Network," which opens this Friday.