PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance, Sport
To help his discouraged son get through college, a funloving and obnoxious rich businessman decides to enter the school as a student himself.
Bob Saget was briefly considered for the role of Professor Turgeson, due to his friendship with Rodney Dangerfield. However, Dangerfield did not feel that he was hard-edged and shocking enough to portray the character. He then suggested to Alan Metter, Sam Kinison for the role, ... ...
Lou, did you see the new spot?
Lou: Yeah, I seen it.
Thornton Melon: Do I look fat in it?
Lou: You could lose a couple of pounds.
Thornton Melon: I've gotta get bigger actors.
When Valerie and Chas arrive at the caveman party, the saber-tooth teeth on Valerie's necklace are all pointing outward as normal. In her closeup when she says "Jason said it would be great", the teeth on her left are pointed inward toward her chest. They then return to facing out in the next shot.
Three scenes are cut from the Comedy Central airing - the "twist and shout" scene in the bar, the "phone conversation with Kurt Vonnegut after getting an F grade" scene, and one of the dives in the final competition.
$9,300,000 (USA) (15 June 1986)
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