On a cross country flight, the gang attempt to break Wade Boggs' drinking record. Along the way their antics get the better of them, with each member failing to finish the task, except for two. Frank's mission to have sex on the plane is thwarted by Dennis, whilst Dee and Charlie hold strong and continue to their destination, with Mac assisting them in achieving their goals, with hilarious results.
Did You Know?
In the final scene when Mac and Charlie are playing baseball, there's a nod to the title of the show where Mac says California is 'kind of gloomy'. See more
Mac tells Charlie they're on a DC-10. The set they're using for the plane has 2 aisles with 2 seats on the outside and 3 seats in the middle. However, a DC-10 has two aisles with 5 seats in the middle and 2 seats on either side of the aisle. Furthermore, DC-10s have over 35 rows of seats. The set has 16 rows of seats. See more
You know, hey, turns out Boggs, he didn't hit it out of the park every single time at bat. He just tried to get the ball in play and hope that he could squeak it through the hole. And I just, uh, squeaked it through multiple holes, if you know what I'm saying.
[North Dakota Woman laughs
References Executive Decision
Take Me Out To The Ballgame (Vintage)
Written by Jack Norworth
and Albert von Tilzer
Performed by Past Time Players See more