PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama
To get to know his girlfriend's son, a working-class good guy volunteers to pick him up from a prep school, only to learn that her son isn't the nicest kid.
Dutch (Ed O'Neill) says that at one point in his life he drove a concrete truck. He and Doyle later hitch a ride on a truck that carries concrete pipes.
Pardon my incredulity, Natalie, but I'm very surprised to see you here. Pleasantly so, of course.
Natalie: I'm a little surprised to see myself here, too, Mary Alice. Pleasantly so, of course.
Party Woman: Were you here last year?
Natalie: No, I wasn't invited last year.
Party Woman: Oh, ...
When Doyle is riding in the back of the car and talking to the prostitute, shots of Doyle and the prostitute show many lights and other cars visible through the rear window. Shots through the front window of the car show an unlit, traffic-free road ahead.
Extra footage of 'Dutch" shooting off fireworks plays behind end credits
$2,997,000 (USA) (19 July 1991)
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