Ben Baker is a man-child who lives on his friend's couch getting high. His friend, Steve Dallas, is a moderately successful weather reporter who is living a superficial life. When Ben receives word that his father has died, Steve drives him home and they re-connect with Ben's successful and driven sister Terri and hippie step-mother Angela who is the same age as they are. The reading of the will drives Ben to come up with a new purpose in life, but those around him don't prove to be very supportive, and then they all re-examine their own life. Written by
Friendship... there's nothing in it for anybody.
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When Steve says "I don't know why the farmer and the cow man can't be friends" it is a reference to Oklahoma. See more
That's the thing about friendship - it's a lot rarer than love; there's nothing in it for anybody.
The Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze
(From "The Mikado")
Written by William S. Gilbert
(as William Schwenck Gilbert), Arthur Sullivan
(as Arthur Seymore Sullivan)
Conducted by Carl Davis
, Vocals by Shirley Henderson
Courtesy of Thin Man Films Ltd
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