Directed by: Randall Miller
Starring: Chauncey Leopardi, Kim Greist, Phil Hartman, Sinbad
Corrected entry: Derek Bond is supposedly married in this movie. Someone would have had to notice that Kevin Franklin wasn't wearing a wedding ring.
Correction: Just because someone doesn't wear a wedding ring, doesn't mean they aren't married. My dad doesn't wear one, but he is married.
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Ron Timmerman: I wash my balls religiously. I like 'em so clean you can just feel every dimple.Kevin Franklin: Thank you for sharing that.Ron: The cleaner the ball, the better the play. Especially when you pull out that wood. The quicker you get it into the hole with the least amount of strokes, the better, right?Kevin: Are you trying to tell me something?Ron: Let me wash your balls.
When Sinbad is sitting on a bridge with Phil Hartman, Phil is eating a Big Mac that Sinbad is eyeballing due to his forced adoption of having to be a vegetarian to keep up with his lie. In one shot the Big Mac is perfect in every way, in the next it's totally messy, almost as if it were to fall apart, and then back to perfect again.