Three buddies wake up from a bachelor party in Las Vegas, with no memory of the previous night and the bachelor missing. They make their way around the city in order to find their friend before his wedding.
John makes a Christmas miracle happen by bringing his one and only friend to life, his teddy bear. The two grow up together and John must then choose to stay with his girlfriend or keep his friendship with his crude and extremely inappropriate teddy bear, Ted. Written by
The "fan" that John knocks out with the microphone stand is actually former Boston Bruin Shawn Thornton See more »
When Ted is bear-napped by Donny and Robert, and he escapes into the bathroom to call John for help, he calls from a land-line phone. Discovering him, Donny ends the call by disconnecting the telephone wire from the wall, yet we hear a dial tone. A land-line phone would go completely silent once its cord became disconnected. See more »
[Rex escorts John to the second floor of his house, showing off all of his expensive memorabilia]
This is Wade Boggs' autographed bat. I just barely outbid Phil Donahue for that at an auction.
[Pointing at boxing gloves on display]
These boxing gloves worn by Joe Louis in his first fight.
[Stops and points at abstract painting]
This is art. Get it?
[Pointing at glasses on display]
These were John Lennon's glasses. They're worth like a million dollars.
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The opening credits were supposed to start with "Universal Pictures and Media Rights Capital Presents" as shown in the trailers/commercials and the back of the DVD/Blu-Ray covers. But, for unknown reasons, it starts with "Media Rights Capital Presents" and "Universal Pictures Presents" in the actual movie. See more »
If fart jokes and seeing a teddy bear getting stoned keep you entertained for an hour and a half, you'll love this film. I went with my son who loves Family Guy and he didn't find it funny either - never hear a cinema so quiet for a comedy! The basic premise is that a bear acts like a dysfunctional adult, compensating for his shortcomings by drinking, smoking dope, being promiscuous and swearing a lot. It didn't really provide a strong enough idea for a whole movie. There are also a lot of 'in jokes' about American TV people, films and Flash Gordon, mostly lost on us. I think the writers probably locked themselves in a room, got off their heads, found each other really entertaining and wrote it up as a script.
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