Lane Meyer is a depressed teen who loses his girlfriend Beth. Her given reason for breaking up is: "Lane, I think it'd be in my best interest if I dated somebody more popular. Better looking. Drives a nicer car." Anyway, poor Lane is left alone and thinks up treacherous ways of killing himself. He finally meets a French beauty called Monique and falls for her. Simultaneously, he must endure his mother's terrible cooking which literally slides off the table and his disgusting next door neighbour Ricky (and his mum) while he prepares for the skiing race of his life - to get his old girlfriend back! Written by
Michael Feller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You've blown up your neighbor's mom. Your seven-year-old brother has better luck with women than you do. Your girlfriend has a new boyfriend. Relax, you're never...
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Did You Know?
While they are having a "French" dinner the jar of primer jumps around the table. See more
I have great fear of tools. I once made a birdhouse in woodshop and the fair housing committee condemned it. I can't.
"I cannot do it" is your middle name.
When Lane and Monique are at Dodgers Stadium sitting on his Camaro, the camera pulls away to a long shot. The paperboy (I want my two dollars!) can be seen riding across the baseball field towards them. See more
Referenced in Demon Queen
Dancing In Isolation
Music by Rupert Hine
Lyrics by Torrence Merdur
Performed by Terri Nunn
Produced by Rupert Hine
Terri Nunn's services courtesy of Geffen Records and Phonogram Records See more