Henry Lefay has been married before. Depending on how you count, he's been married either five or six times. So when Henry is vacationing in Mexico and gets killed in a para-sailing accident, things get awfully complicated for all the wives involved. His daughter, Barbie, feels guilty for getting mad at him over his womanizing ways, and she feels responsible for keeping the funeral an honorable and dignified affair. But one crazy ex-wife, one hateful ex-wife, two first wives, one current wife, and one future wife all have their own plans for how Henry Lefay should be put to rest.
Can't live with them - can't live without them.
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Did You Know?
When Ophilia is having a tantrum and throwing staffed animals at Henry, a quick cut goes to a man with ice cream in his left hand and his right hand dangling at his side. Within a split second, the ice cream is open and he has a spoonful in his right hand near his face. See more
Gorgeous hotel, huh?
Yeah. I spent my honeymoon here. Actually, two of my honeymoons were here.
We went to Pittsburgh, but very much like this.
Version of Anne Boleyn
Written by Richard Wagner
Arranged by Gerhard Narholz
(as Otto Sieben) See more