Delta House (1979– )
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The Blotto Who Came to Dinner 

When Blotto gets into trouble one too many times, Dean Wormer expels him from the college. However, the tables are soon turned when when the Dean accidentally hits Blotto with his car and ... See full summary »

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Dean Vernon Wormer
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Kent 'Flounder' Dorfman
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Daniel Simpson Day (D-Day)
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Robert Hoover
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Jim 'Blotto' Blutarsky
Richard Seer ...
Larry 'Pinto' Kroger
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Otter
Gary Cookson ...
Doug Neidermayer
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The Bombshell
Susanna Dalton ...
Mandy Pepperidge
Wendy Goldman ...
Muffy
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Greg Marmalard
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Einswine
Peter Kastner ...
Prof. Dave Jennings
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Marion Wormer
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When Blotto gets into trouble one too many times, Dean Wormer expels him from the college. However, the tables are soon turned when when the Dean accidentally hits Blotto with his car and he's forced to accept a set of demands by the Deltas to prevent Blotto from filing a lawsuit against the entire college. Written by matt-282

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31 March 1979 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the play "The Man Who Came to Dinner" written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman and opened on Broadway at the Music Box Theatre on October 16, 1939 and ran for 739 performances. See more »

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Delta House
Composed, arranged and recorded by Jim Steinman
Lyrics by Sean Kelly and Tony Hendra
Sung by Michael Simmons
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