Dr. Jack Hammond has best chances to become medical superintendent in the clinic. So he's completely absorbed in his work and has no understanding for his teenage son Chris' problems with school. By accident one of them drinks a brain-exchanging serum, and it switches their identities. This leads of course to extraordinary complications in school and at work, but also to insight in the problems and feelings of each other.
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
Chris and his dad have accidentally changed bodies - but no big deal. Chris gets the Jag and the Gold Card. Dad gets the fake ID and the bio final.
Did You Know?
Comparing his Chris Hammond character in this movie with his television character Mike Seaver from his hit television series Growing Pains
(1985), actor Kirk Cameron
explained: "Chris is not like Mike Seaver. He is a bit shy, and although he does a little better in school, he's not as confident or as aggressive." See more
(Possibly deliberate.) The Hammonds' cat has a male name, "Seymour", but its patches of orange, black and white fur are hallmarks of a calico cat. Virtually all calico cats are female. See more
How can she stand to be so close to her own body without constantly feeling herself up?
(Dude) Looks Like a Lady
Written by Desmond Child
, Joe Perry
and Steven Tyler
Performed by Aerosmith
Courtesy of Geffen Records
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products See more