A free-spirited young woman (Deborah Foreman) upsets the status quo at a stuffy Brentwood limousine service.
He broke the first commandment of the rich and famous. He fell in love with the help.
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Did You Know?
In the beginning of the film, when O'Brien pulls up to the restaurant to deliver the letter to Casey, the act on the marquee next door reads Penn & Teller, who of course, have parts in the film. See more
When Casey stops the car so Cat Fight can get the panties from the "blue woman with the blue dog" it's broad daylight, even when Cat Fight and his girls get back in the car. When they drive away, it's completely dark. See more
There you go.
Yeah, I didn't like her anyway. She smelled funny.
, "Scene VI", "Scene VII"
Written and Performed by Michael Galasso
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