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Billy Madison (Character)
from Billy Madison (1995)

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Billy Madison -- In order to inherit his fed up father's hotel empire, an immature and lazy man must repeat grades 1-12 all over again.
Billy Madison -- Billy yells gibberish, screams, and bites a man's hand during his father's important business dinner.
Billy Madison -- Billy gets Ernie to call Ms. Vaughn at home and see if she likes him more than a friend.
Billy Madison -- During his final exam game show, Billy parallels the industrial revolution with a children's story.
Billy Madison -- Billy Madison's spectacular, inspirational, theatrical musical number.

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  1. Billy Madison (1995) Played by Adam Sandler

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From Billy Madison (1995)
Brian Madison: [as he turns around while sitting down] What a mess. First this psycho goes on TV, lies, then retracts it, and now Eric's secretary is in a coma. Carl, has anybody been able to find out anything about this Max guy?
Carl: No, sir. He's vanished. Nobody has any idea where he is.
Eric: I believed in Billy all along, sir.
Billy Madison: [to Eric] Oh, cut the horseshit! I know you blackmailed Max.
Brian Madison: Take it easy, Billy. Things were going along great until this wrestling freak messed things up. Billy should get another shot at high school.
Eric: Hey, rules are rules. Billy was supposed to finish each grade within the two weeks or I get the company. He didn't finish ninth grade.
Carl: Eric, certainly there are extenuating circumstances.
Eric: Extenuating, "exschmenuating". We had a deal. A signed, written deal. Each grade, two weeks, or I get the company.
Brian Madison: Well, technically you're right, but...
Eric: [before Brian could continue talking, Eric interrupts him] Oh, shut up, Brian. I've had to listen to your jawing for too long. "Well, technically..." Blah, blah, blah! Just shut up! So, are you ready to hand the company over to me now?
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