Inept Salman comes to help his sister-in-law tend to his holy terror nephews while Salman's brother is off fighting in Iraq. Salman must take a humiliating job as a giant blue corporate mascot in order to help make ends meet and hold the family together.
Every family has a black sheep. This one is blue.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG-13 for some sexual material including a crude reference, and brief strong language
See all certifications »
25 June 2007 (USA)
See more »
Opening Weekend USA: $7,373,
6 July 2008, Limited Release
Gross USA: $83,398, 26 October 2008
See more on IMDbPro »
Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
See full technical specs
Did You Know?
The characters "Cameron" and "Lincoln" are based on Director Scott Prendergast's real-life nephews Wilson and Logan. The real boys appear alongside the child actors portraying them, in the large birthday party scene. See more
The US Army (and the Reserve Component of each branch of the US Military) actually has a mechanism in place to prevent the problem Leslie faces in the film. Leslie states that her husband is deployed with the Army National Guard (a Reserve Component of the US Army) and that if she does not return to work soon, her children will lose their health insurance. Part of her husband's mobilization training would have included a briefing for the unit's spouses on the benefits they (and their children) would be entitled to while their Soldiers were deployed, including enrollment in the (free) military family health insurance program Tricare. Even if Leslie chose not to attend the briefing, her husband would have been aware of the availability of Tricare to her and the children (and would have told her about it). Even if by some calamity he didn't tell her about Tricare, someone from the unit's family support organization (the Family Readiness Group) would have told Leslie about the availability of Tricare. See more
Do you want the tent?