R | | Comedy
Two dim-witted, inseparable friends hit the road for their ten-year high school reunion and concoct an elaborate lie about their lives in order to impress their classmates.
The episode of The Simpsons (1989) that Ramon and the co-workers watch was written by the movie's director, David Mirkin.
Well, anyways, are you going?
Heather: I'd rather put this out in my ass!
At the "dream" reunion, the Mercedes limousine changes from one with two moon roofs, then with a shorter limo with one moon roof, and back again. When Romy is hit by Sandy's limousine, the rear window is blacked out by window tint, but the tint disappears moments later when Romy and Sandy are shown in the back of the limo. When the cars appear inside the reunion, Sandy's limousine now has blanked rear door opera windows and a smaller back window (additionally, the trunk mounted television antenna that Romy knocked off before entering the reunion has now re-appeared). As the limousine exits the building, it is back to the longer, dual moon-roof model seen earlier with the trunk-mounted television antenna missing again.
UK cinema version (rated 12) removes all profanity and inserts inoffensive replacements, along with removing some sexual references:
$7,429,406 (USA) (27 April 1997)
$29,205,077 (USA) (17 August 1997)