Jake McDermott, after 25 years running a fast food business, proclaims one morning that he's hated dealing with chickens the entire time and has finally sold the family restaurant. For his three sons, who counted on taking it over someday, this comes as a shock and begins to break apart their family. No longer big, carefree fish in a small pond, will the boys manage to rearrange their lives and reconcile with their parents? Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
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[entering restaurant bathroom and pulling down his pants
Hurry, Lois, we only got a couple minutes.
What? What're you doing?
Oh, Lois, don't pull the virgin bit again.
Speak for yourself, baby boy.
Lois, I'm hurting. I am BURNING. I have this erection. It is so big it's like one of those Thanksgiving Day balloons. If I don't do something about it soon - BANG! - I'll be left without a dick for the rest of my life! I'm only seventeen!
You're jail bait.
The More Things Change
Performed by Paul Cotton
Courtesy of Existia, Inc.
Written by Richard Feldman
and Peter Beckett
Published by Irving Music, Inc. on behalf of itself and Long Range Music (BMI), ORCA Songs (ASCAP), Pennystamp Music (BMI)
Produced by Richard Feldman See more