In the scene where Michael Rooker's character tells Burt Young that he did not want to return to Detroit. This was in reference to his character who plays for the New York Rangers hockey team, which isn't mentioned in any specific way in the film. The Detroit Red Wings is the other team he mentions in a non specific way in that monologue. See more »
"Table One" tells of bunch of guys who go partners in a trendy restaurant with the hope that it will help them connect with available women. The motley crew involves the usual diversity required for comic relief (a gay guy, a gangster guy, a sports guy, a wacky guy, a straight man, etc) while 95% of the run takes place in the restaurant with the story moving from one sitcom scene to another. Uninspired, ordinary fare which is busily relaxed in its approach to comedy, "Table One" has little to fault and little to praise. A reasonably pleasant couch potato diversion. (C+)
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