PG-13 | | Comedy, Sport
To climb the corporate ladder to success, a guy agrees to coach the company's all girl soccer team with the help of his secret weapon: his fiancee's son.
During the beginning of the film, Jonathan Brandis' character Matthew calls Rodney Dangerfield's character Chester, "Chesterfield." Jonathan had a habit in real-life of referring to certain friends in jest by adding "field" to the end of their names. It is rumored by some who knew him that he carried this over into the film and ad-libbed "Chesterfield" as an inside joke.
Let me at him, Chester!
Chester: Take it easy, take it easy.
Julie: No, I can take him, Chester! I can take him!
Coach Bull: I'm warning you! I never hit a lady!
Chester: And I'm warning *you*. She's no lady.
At the final game, some of the "girls" on the opposing team are clearly male actors wearing long curly wigs.
To receive a PG certificate UK cinema and video versions were cut by 46 secs by the BBFC to remove suggestive dialogue including references to child abuse and the infamous "I took her son, dressed him like a girl, and I talked him into playing with me" line.
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