He earns a corporate promotion at work and, making use of his guitar lessons, plays Third Eye Blind’s song “Jumper” to persuade a man not to commit suicide.
Accepting a band flyer outside of a coffee shop, he sees an idiosyncratic band called Munchausen by Proxy; the lead singer is Allison.
She gives him a ride back to his car on her scooter and kisses him before leaving.
After this positive experience, Carl feels more optimistic about saying yes.
Carl emerges as Terrence drives off, and an oncoming vehicle collides with Terrence. After Carl recovers consciousness, Terrence tells Carl that there was no covenant.
but perhaps that’s not necessarily a bad thing, as the film really is really good.
Carl’s life takes a turn for the worse and he almost forgets about Lucy’s shower.
He manages to arrange a major surprise shower, set his friend Norm up with Soo-Mi (Vivian Bang), a Korean girl, and Rooney with Tillie.
Freed from this restraint, Carl finds Allison teaching a sports-photography lesson and admits that he is not ready to move in with her just yet, but that he genuinely loves her, and they reconcile with a kiss as Allison’s students take pictures.
Yes Man is loosely based on the book by a British Author called Danny Wallace.