College sophomore Randy Bodek is unfocused. The only thing he knows is that he loves his roommate, Jenny Gordon, who feels unappreciated as other things in his life seem to take precedent over her. He hasn't even told his parents, Diane and Joe Bodek, that he is living with a female, let alone a significant other. As such, Jenny breaks up with him at the end of the semester. While Randy is home during the summer break, Joe, against Diane's wishes, decides not to fund Randy's college education anymore as he is flunking all his classes, and hasn't yet declared a major. Not knowing what to do besides try to get back to college if only to be with Jenny, Randy gets a minimum wage job as a delivery guy at a pizza joint. During the course of his job, he meets Alex Barnett, a beautiful, older, sophisticated woman who likes pizzas with extra anchovies. To his surprise, she seduces him, after their sexual encounter which she gives him $200 to help him get back to college. Without telling him, ... Written by
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A August 1985 issue of sports illustrated with Bernie Kosar is on the Bodek coffee table. See more
When Randy's father is yelling about him not declaring a major, Randy is sitting sideways, with his legs on arm of the chair. In the next cut, he's stretched out with his legs on the coffee table. When his father turns around in the door way, Randy's instantly sitting sideways again, right before he stands up. See more
[keeping Reed and Claude from attacking Randy
Leave him alone. It's not him.
[holding up his right hand, limp at the wrist
Kid's a homo.
References A Clockwork Orange
Written by Brian Wilson
and Eugene Landy
Performed by Brian Wilson
Courtesy of Sire Records
by arrangement with Warner Special Products See more