Millionaire businessman Thornton Melon is upset when his son Jason announces that he is not sure about going to college. Thornton insists that college is the best thing he never had for himself, and to prove his point, he agrees to enroll in school along with his son. Thornton is a big hit on campus: always throwing the biggest parties, knowing all the right people, but is this the way to pass college? Written by
Murray Chapman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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During the bar fight, Lou lifts up one of the fighters (who is wearing a red shirt and blue jacket). After he's thrown into the jukebox, he's wearing different clothing See more
[to Jason, who's sitting there moody with a bottle and sunglasses on
Nice look. What are you going for? The heavy, disassociated artist thing... Oh, it's the deaf thing. Maybe this will cheer you up.
[Derek let's himself fall in front of Jason's seat legs spread
[comes along waving Derek away
Oh, do me! Derek! Get up, will ya?
You look like the poster boy for birth control.
Jason, it's a party. What's your story? What's the matter? The swim meet? Forget about it. It's ...
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Written by Michael Bolton
Performed by Michael Bolton See more