John and Max are elderly men living next door to each other. They're continuously arguing and insulting each other, and have been this way for over 50 years. One day, Ariel, moves into the street. Both men are attracted to her, and their rivalry steps up a gear.
A fifty-year fight.
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Max says, "It's like one of them 'Fatal Attraction' things that they show on the 'Donahue' show," referring to both Fatal Attraction
(1987) and Donahue
(1967). See more
At the wedding, most of the snow has melted. In the next scene, presumably that night, the snow at Max and John's houses is back to what is was before. See more
Mr. Gustafson! I have to talk to you! Mr. Gustafson, will you answer the door, please? I know you're in there! It's no use pretending this isn't happening, Mr. Gustafson! I can't keep coming... back here every couple of days! You have to talk to me! Mr. Gustafson, I'm just trying to help you! Come on and open the door! I'll just keep knocking! I'll come back, so you might as well answer the door! I know you're in there! Think of the neighbors, Mr. Gustafson! There's a letter for ...
After the wedding, the limo window opens, and a hand, presumably Jack Lemmon's, drops a dead fish onto the pavement. Walter Matthau is standing on the sidewalk, enjoying the moment. Jack Lemmon comes up quietly alongside, and asks him, "Who left?" Matthau does a double- take, and shakes his head, laughing. See more
Written by Rudy Clark
and Arthur Resnick
Performed by The Rascals
Courtesy of ATLANTIC RECORDS
By Arrangement with WARNER SPECIAL PRODUCTS See more