Directed by: Perry Andelin Blake
Starring: Dana Carvey, Harold Gould, James Brolin, Jennifer Esposito
Genres: Comedy, Family
Question: I don't understand it when Pistachio's mother, on the camera screen, saying "no more caramel corn for me." What was that about?
Chosen answer: Bowman has captured Fabrizzio, and he has to do something with Mrs. Disguisey, so he says "Thanks to a special potion we put in the caramel corn, she thinks she is still at home preparing dinner," and then we see her on the TV screen eating the caramel corn and making food. She then later "pretends" to prepare food, then when Bowman tells the guard to pounce on Mrs. Disguisey, she whacks him, as if she were aware that she has been captured. She then informs the camera "No more caramel corn for me."
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Pistachio Disguisey: But, Papa, don't preach. I'm in trouble deep, and I'm keeping my baby.
At the start when Pistachio's dad is in the car, you see in the background that they are on a road, but when you see a wider outside shot, he isn't driving on a road.
One of Pistachio's disguises is President George W. Bush. On "Saturday Night Live," Dana Carvey was known for his impression of Bush's father, former President George H. W. Bush.