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Where Are They Now?: A Delta Alumni Update (2003)

A follow up on the lives of the Faber students in Animal House.
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Karen Allen ... Katy Schoenstein
Kevin Bacon ... Rev. Chip Diller (voice)
Verna Bloom ... Marion Wormer
Otis Day ... Otis Day
Jennifer Freeman Jennifer Freeman ... Otter's patient
Stephen Furst ... Kent 'Flounder' Dorfman
Henry Herzog Henry Herzog ... Otis Schoenstein
John Landis ... Himself (voice)
Tim Matheson ... Dr. Eric 'Otter' Stratton, OB / GYN
Bruce McGill ... Daniel Simpson 'D-Day' Day
Chris Miller Chris Miller ... Curtis Wayne 'Hardbar' Fuller
Stephen J. Morrison ... Male nurse
Peter Riegert ... Donald 'Boon' Schoenstein
Martha Smith ... Barbara 'Babs' Jensen
John Vernon ... Vernon Wormer
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A follow up on the lives of the Faber students in Animal House.

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English

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2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Missä he ovat nyt? Deltatalopäivitys See more »

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If you know who thought this was a sound idea, please slap them for me
29 October 2011 | by TBJCSKCNRRQTreviewsSee all my reviews

Years after the events of Animal House, this shows us the fates of the people in it. With the film itself being essentially pointless other than saluting meaningless, destructive, crude, obnoxious, noisy behavior and partying, this is an utterly unnecessary addition that just further highlights how much it did not need to be made, and almost has you wondering why the original movie was, too. I didn't care for or about a single one of these characters(and they remain nasty and unappealing in this) in the flick(I could just barely tell them apart), and this is nothing but expanding on the "what happened to" freeze frame throwaway gag near the end... why was this mockumentary made? It features clips from it, and is notable only in their managing to track down all these actors. There's a Woody Allen impersonation in this(intentional or otherwise), and the material is just plain weird. There's something about pregnant women's urine, my brain blacked out. Nearly all of the jokes are unfunny, at best, they're silly. Well, the born-again Christian stuff with Bacon made me smile. This is 21 and a half minutes sans credits, and about 23 with. There are mature themes and language in this. I recommend this to people who must watch anything connected to the '78 piece. 5/10


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