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The Babysitter (2008)

What happens when an 18-year-old babysitter finds out she's sitting for a 27-year-old slacker?

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Allison is an 18-year-old high-school senior. She shows up for a babysitting job at the Jones' and discovers that they want her to watch their 20-something son, Jimmy, whose just broken up with his girlfriend. She says no, so they sweeten the pot, offering $100. After Mr. and Mrs. Jones leave, Jimmy asks Allison if she'd like a beer. Is this a set up? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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15 February 2008 (USA)  »

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Mrs. Jones: It's not like he's suicidal or retarded or anything.
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Junk Food
Written by Chris Alan Lee (as Christopher Lee) & Lexicon
Performed by Lexicon
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The Babysitter is one hilarious adult themed short!
27 August 2008 | by See all my reviews

Just watched this on Atomfilms.com. This was a pretty hilarious comedy short about an-18-year-old blond babysitter reluctantly being left in charge of a much older-than-her offspring whose girlfriend just left him. To entice her to stay the guardians (one of whom I recognized as Molly Hagan from "Herman's Head") offer her $100. Things are strained until this "offspring" offers some beer...Directed by one David H. Steinberg (is he related to the comedian with the similar name? I gotta check him out), things start slow until the events after the beer. And wait till you see the surprise ending! Like I said, it's on Atomfilms.com. I highly recommend this one!


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