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Boom got him. Gotcha didn't she rick?
No, i was just doing what you told me to do.
Okay, everyone's entitled to their own opinion. Rick, you think you can beat this combination? Marge & I here think differently don't we Marge?
Okay Rick, I want you to come at Marge with everything you got no holds barred full contact. & I'm gonna warn you. I don't think you're gonna like how this ends hotshot.
Marge, ready stance!
& remember Marge, the distracting backfist, that's the key. Koonyay......
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Fred Simmons (Danny McBride) is a delusional over-confident Tae Kwon Do instructor. His wife Suzie (Mary Jane Bostic) just started a new job. He's devastated when she tells him that she gave her boss a hand job during a drunken party. He goes to a martial arts expo to meet his idol B-movie action star Chuck "the Truck" Wallace (Ben Best) but he turns out to be a drunk.
This is a one-note performance from Danny McBride. He's a ridiculous man who doesn't know how ridiculous he is. It's funny at times but just get repetitive. He's also not an adorable character. It's great that Danny has created this outrageous character. It's a fun dark comedy. He just needs to expand the role of Denise (Collette Wolfe) who can call him on his BS. Even this character needs a straight man.
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