Doug Simpson lives alone with his two daughters Katie and Bonnie. Katie has just turned 15 and when Doug is out of town on a business trip she gets herself a treatment at a beauty parlor. She removes her braces and her thick glasses. Without those, she is a beautiful young woman and the boys line up outside the front door to date her. But Doug won't accept that his *girl* is seeing *men*... Written by
How can you protect your daughter when boys think about sex 652 times a day!
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Did You Know?
Film critic Gene Siskel
hated this movie so much that he stated on "Siskel & Ebert" that it almost made him quit his job. Yet he stated that later the same day he saw a better teen comedy Say Anything...
(1989) and it encouraged him not to quit. See more
When Richard is in the kitchen talking to Doug, he speculates on what would happen if Katie met a duke or a prince in Europe. He says, "What about that Prince Charles guy?" To which Doug responds, "Prince Charles is married." However, both men's lips form the word "Andrew" instead of Charles. See more
[catching up with Katie
Who was that? Was that, that Joey kid? The kid with the flying saucer truck? I saw the earring. You couldn't make a date with your father, you had to sneak a boyfriend into.
Dad, when I broke a date with Joey he thought I was dating another guy, he followed me here. Men are so insecure!
Referenced in Marco Polo
Written by John Phillips
and Michelle Phillips
Performed by The Mamas and the Papas
(as Mamas and Papas)
Courtesy of MCA Records See more