R | | Comedy, Crime
The story of three not so bright men who come up with a series of crazy schemes to get a friend out of jail.
Neal Brennan who co-wrote this movie makes a cameo as the counter worker where Scarface works.
You know, back in the '60s we used to smoke this shit on the street. Cops didn't say nothin', hell, they was gettin' high, too. Everybody was good. It wasn't a thing to do because it was a thing to do, you know? It was a thing to do because it got ...
Mary Jane meets Thurgood, Scareface and Brian at the prison. When the three of them are sitting in Mary Jane's Jeep, before Mary Jane gets in the ignition sound (sound when keys are left in ignition when car is off) can be heard, yet her door is not open and her keys are in her hand when she gets in.
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An edited version of the film shown on Comedy Central removes most of the profanity, and alters some lines. In the scene where Bob Saget appears as the Cocaine Addict, the line is changed. In the theatrical version he says "I used to suck dick for coke". In the Comedy Central Version, he says "I used to suck feet for coke."
$7,722,540 (USA) (19 January 1998)
$17,278,980 (USA) (8 March 1998)