Wildly popular TV talk show host Bobby Bishop has a nervous breakdown during an on-camera interview with a pop starlet, with whom he makes a rather crude observation and offer. This lapse of taste sets off a series of scandals in his off-camera life, which his beleaguered agent is helpless to stop. Desperate for love, Bobby rushes to New York City to find his former girlfriend, Lily, who doesn't even like his show, and neither does her cross-dressing boyfriend. Can true love straighten out the messes that are these folks' lives? Written by
Rosie O'Donnell's gonna crucify him! What an idiot!
[Later, to Mitch]
All I know is, Rosie O'Donnell's gonna crucify me.
Mark is fine. He says hi.
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Sure.. it's not the best movie made. And sure, it may be quite strange. But this movie is absolutley wonderful. Courteney Cox steals the spotlight from the moment she comes into screen. The camera shooting was quite unique.. but it was OK. No movie is perfect. And not every movie can be a box office record. This one wasn't a hit, but it should have been. It was a great plot, a great script, and an even greater cast. And that's all you need for a great movie.
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