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BachelorMan (2003)

In these times of enlightened sexual politics, Ted Davis is a scoring machine. He's got the rap, the charm and his little black book weighs several pounds. Ted has become a guru to his ... See full summary »

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Ted Davis
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Jake
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Heather
Rodney Lee Conover ...
Gordie Poster
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Meg Thompson
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Mrs. Davis
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Mr. Davis
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Tsuki
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Donna
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Sherry Cappleman
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Mr. Yi
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Kelly Barnet
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In these times of enlightened sexual politics, Ted Davis is a scoring machine. He's got the rap, the charm and his little black book weighs several pounds. Ted has become a guru to his buddies who can only aspire in awe to his greatness. This is a man's man, a ladies man, a super-hero: He's Ted Davis: "BachelorMan" When the woman of his dreams, "Heather" moves in next door, Ted's ordeal begins. She's beautiful, long-legged, athletic and LOUD. Her constant groans and howls of amorous pleasure turn Ted's domain of conquest and libidinous triumph into a nightmare world of BachelorMan-Interruptus. So the hunt begins as Ted delivers a first round of come-ons and invitations for his object of desire to become entangled, but nothing works. When all seems hopeless, Ted gets some guidance from his good friend Meg that turns the situation around: "Don't scam on her, listen to her, be SINCERE." Of course! Ted runs next door to attest his true feelings for the only woman he could ever love - and ... Written by Films On Tap

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated R for sexual content and language | See all certifications »

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26 April 2003 (USA)  »

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References Melrose Place (1992) See more »

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Ted'n'Heather
Music by Steve Bauman and J. Lynn Duckett
Lyrics by Rodney Lee Conover and John Putch
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I was embarrassed at how much I laughed...
8 October 2004 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

I just saw this movie at a theater in Chicago with a small but energetic group of 20-somethings. I thought, "Hey, some mindless entertainment for an hour or so", and I must say, I was delightfully surprised at how genuinely funny this movie turned out to be. There are a few moments that you find yourself doing that little groan-then-snicker( I won't give away any punchlines) , and you are embarrassed that you let yourself belly laugh at few envelope-pushing jokes, but that's what makes little sleepers like this so fun to discover. Great cast (David Deluise should have his own series), fun script, and I look forward to seeing it again when it hits cable.


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