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It never ceases to amaze me that in these films such good looking players are always cast as kids who can't seem to get anywhere with women. Positively
ludicrous but I think films like Homework aren't to stimulate the mind. They
operate somewhat south of the border.
Michael Morgan who I learned was Yvonne DeCarlo's son has sex on his mind all
the time. He's even seeing the school guidance counselor Carrie Snodgrass who
certainly has done better work.
He's trying very hard to score with next door neighbor Erin Donovan. But she
only wants to make the swim team and she's constantly in the pool. But her
mom Joan Collins gets her mojo going every time she sees Morgan. Guess
There's also a subplot with the same issue as Morgan's friend Lanny Horn tries
to lose his virginity and it's French teacher Lee Purcell gives private lessons.
Morgan and Horn look they would have women lining up for them. Just once
I'd like to see one of these films made with somebody who really hasn't gotten
to first base yet. That will never happen.
Sadly I learned Michael Morgan was a homcide victim in 1999 and the case was
never solved. A tragedy also is that this is the poor man's career role.
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