"Drive Me Crazy" (1999) stars the teenage witch herself, Melissa Joan Hart, with the incredibly attractive Adrian Grenier as the male lead. Nicole Maris (Hart) is your typical all-American high school girl in charge of organizing the school's centennial extravaganza. She finds herself dateless to her own event and, while drunk one night, takes matters into her own hands. Cue Chase Hammond (Grenier), who is a burn out with a cause and a crazy girlfriend, Dulcie (Ali Larter), who finds himself single and looking to win his girl back. Nicole and Chase are neighbors that used to play together until they became teenagers. Once puberty hit, the two went their separate ways and didn't even consider speaking again, until Nicole decides to ask Chase to the dance. This leads to the couple going shopping to improve Chase's look, driving down the strip, hanging out with all the popular kids, and everything else that is required to boost the popularity of a once-ignored trouble maker. Chase leaves his 'dorky' friends behind (Kris Park and Mark Webber) while he moves up the ladder of popularity and becomes friends with all the jocks and cheerleaders. Alicia DeGrasario (Susan May Pratt) is the mean best friend, and boy does she do a good job at it. She trashes everyone behind their backs, including Nicole, her supposed best friend. Brad Seldon (Gabriel Carepenter) is the pretty boy jock/basketball star that Nicole wishes would ask her to the centennial dance, but he falls in love with a cheerleader from another school.