Single mother goes away for the summer. The kids are first delighted but then find that Mom has hired the sitter from hell to stay with them. When the sitter dies of a sudden coronary they deposit the body at a mortuary only to discover all their summer expense money was in her purse. The kids must find a way to survive the summer without mom or her money. This means actual work! Written by
John Vogel <email@example.com>
No rules. No curfews. No baths. No nagging. No pulse.
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Did You Know?
Before Sue Ellen stomps out of Kenny's room, she yells, "When are you going to start helping me, you lazy little prick?" but director Stephen Herek
decided he didn't want to take any chances of the movie receiving an R rating so he had the scene fixed for Sue Ellen to call Kenny a lazy little "punk" instead. See more
When Sue Ellen pours cereal for the kids she puts down five spoons in one bundle. In the next few shots the spoons are in various positions on the table. See more
We told you to talk to her. We didn't want you to send her to the glue factory.
Sue Ellen "Swell" Crandell
I didn't kill her, Zach. She died in her sleep.
Probably choked on her whistle.
The two groundskeepers for the cemetery stand over the Babysitters grave and comment how nice it was for her to leave them the money. The tombstone reads "Nice Old Lady inside who died of natural causes". See more
Viva La Vogue
Performed by Army of Lovers
Courtesy of Giant Records/Sonet Records
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products
Written by Alexander Bard
(as Bard), Magnus Frykberg
(as Frykberg) & Emil Hellman (as Hellman)
Published by Stainless Music See more