David Basner is a successful advertising executive who has it all: Money, happiness, and women who want him. Then one day his world falls apart when his mother leaves his father. Now, he must balance his life between his mother, who is happy with her newfound independence, and his father, a recently laid off salesman who is hard-headed, stubborn, and hides a lot from David. Now David must cope with the downfall of his family and his life. Written by
Pat McCurry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On his way up the corporate ladder. David Basner confronts his greatest challenge: his father.
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Did You Know?
Rumor has it that director Garry Marshall wouldn't go ahead with the making of this film without the inclusion of Jackie Gleeson. Gleeson had grown tired of filmmaking, and wished to retire from the business. After several attempts to get him on board, Marshall finally called Gleeson on the phone and insisted that if he didn't do this film that the last film he would be remembered for was "Smokey and the Bandit III". Gleeson immediately accepted. See more
David's Jeep has an automatic transmission in some scenes, a manual transmission in others. See more
I lost my lines. They fired me.
[David gets out of his Jeep and walks around angrily for a few moments, then gets back in the car
What are you gonna do?
I know you hate me. But you have to help me.
Spin-off Nothing in Common
Until you say you love me
Performed by Aretha Franklin
Written by Narada Michael Walden
and Preston Glass See more