When his parents have to go out of town, Dennis stays with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. The little menace is driving Mr. Wilson crazy, but Dennis is just trying to be helpful. Even to the thief who's arrived in town.
After a failed attempt to find the perfect birthday present for Mr Wilson, the mischievous little terror, Dennis, tries to save him from a pair of swindlers and their bogus youth remedies. Will he manage to keep their friendship strong?
Junior's back in his first adventure since his last! Junior and Ben move to Mortville which seems like the perfect town to live in. The Healys have a nice new house--and Junior get's a cool new room! And young women have formed a line at Ben's door in order to get a piece of him (romantically). Ben does feel he should get remarried so Junior can have a mom, so while Junior adjusts to his new school which includes a little girl who's as bratty as Junior and a teenage brain-dead ignoramous bully in Junior's sixth grade class, Ben finds some dates, which Junior sends running for the hills, in the meantime Junior pulls his infamous tricks on people: blowing up barbecues, taping the bully to the chalkboard, videotaping his babysitter and her boyfriend having sex and broadcasting it for the whole neighborhood to see, same old same old. Meanwhile, Ben meets the gorgeous school nurse (after the school's satellite dish get's pushed on his head) and they, well he, believes it's love at first ...Written by
Dylan Self <Robocoptng986127@aol.com>
The license plate on Ben's car reads "JRS DAD" meaning "Junior's dad." See more »
When everybody on the Crazy Dance vomits, it is obvious that the liquid is not issuing from the people's mouths but from a point behind them. There are actually some black plastic hoses that can be seen on the other side of each character that is vomiting opposite to the camera,through which the liquid is flowing. See more »
I know I told dad *I* wouldn't hurt Lawanda, but I never said the dog couldn't.
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When shown on network television additional deleted scenes were added in to pad out time and edit out questionable content. The following is a list of the scenes. 1. When Junior enters the school, he asks Trixie for directions to the principal's office, she secretly puts a "kick me" sign on Junior's back. 2. Ben and Junior are seen in their living room recovering from their concussions. When Ben goes into the kitchen to try to find more ice, he asks Junior what happened to his head and Junior says a girl did it and that women are crazy. Ben tells him not all women are crazy and notices Charlene Tilton's character doing yoga exercises next to a street pole. Ben goes outside to assist,causing Junior to make a vow to save him from the single women in the neighborhood. 3. A dialog scene before Big Ben notices that Dolly and Madison are selling his own clothes has him walking out of the house talking to a client on his cell phone which shortly after, the client angrily hangs up on him. 4. Another dialog scene occurs after LaWanda leaves their house when Big Ben explains that LaWanda is nuts over Ben. Junior tries to explain to his dad that he doesn't trust her but Ben verbally warns him not to talk about it as they made an agreement that Ben would spend more time with Junior as long as he behaves. 5. Additional scenes occur during the school's open house which has Murph pigging out at the refreshment table as well as Ben trying to explain to Annie that he could help her out with any problems that she has but Annie objects and tells Ben he wouldn't be able to. 6. Junior is in Annie's office with a nasty scratch on his arm. After she treats it she gets a call that Trixie stole their neighbor's station wagon and drove it through their house. Annie agrees to talk to her about it over dinner at Pizzarific. When Junior comes home he finds a stunned Ben telling him that LaWanda is in the hospital for rabies, a continuation of a sequence earlier where he switches her blood test with a rabid dog. 7. When Ben finds Junior missing, he gets a call from Annie saying Trixie is missing too. As Ben goes downstairs he trips over a bound-and-gagged Big Ben who is tied-up on the floor. See more »
Ben Healy (John Ritter) and his adopted son Junior move to Mortville, Oregon to start anew after leaving his wife. All the women in the neighborhood are overjoyed for the single dad. Igor Peabody is horrified that Junior has joined him in the new school. He decides to promote Junior from 3rd grade to 6th grade so that he only has one year with the brat. Murph is the giant, dim-witted bully. They are joined by grandpa Big Ben Healy (Jack Warden). Junior battles against the equally bratty Trixie Young. Junior keeps sabotaging Ben's dates. Ben is taken with school nurse Annie Young (Amy Yasbeck). LaWanda DuMore (Laraine Newman) is rich, hates Junior, and intends to seduce Ben.
I did not like the first movie although I do not remember much from it. It is obvious from the start why I did not like the original. I do not like the kid. He is annoying as hell although it is by design. The bigger problem is that I do not find his antics funny. It continues but this movie is better with young cutie rival Trixie. It is interesting to bring back Amy in a different role. LaWanda is unnecessary. The obvious plot move is for the battling kids to join forces to stop their parents dating. Nothing else is needed. I like this sequel marginally more but it is still bad.
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