Comedy about the prospective Washington State Governor Al Donnelly whose only stumbling block on the road to power is his embarrassing younger brother Mike. To keep him out of mischief, Al forces one of his aides, Steve Dodds to keep an eye on him during the election. However, this is easier said than done... Written by
Jonathan Broxton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
There's one in every family.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG-13 for crude language and humor, drug-related material and sexual innuendo
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Did You Know?
During the opening gubernatorial campaign speech by Al Donnely, he says the line "if I got the same welcome everywhere I went that I got here in my home town, my candidacy would be a lock," adding a large emphasis the word 'lock'. The democratic front runner for governor in Washington State at the time of filming was Gary Locke (D), who went on to win the seat. This may have been an intentional nod to the democratic candidate by the filmmakers. See more
When Mike is stapling campaign posters to a row of trees alongside a dirt road in the woods, he staples his hand with the staple gun and screams in pain. But as he pulls his hand away, there is no staple in his hand. See more
[the roof has blown off the house and it begins to hail all over Mike who is in the top bunk
Hey Mike, 'I got dibs on top' Ha ha.
Ha ha ha ha ha.
Why don't you shut up?
Heh heh, 'Hello Washington'. Ha ha ha.
References The Andy Griffith Show
by Arthur Smith
Performed and Produced by George Foster See more