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Role Models (7-Nov-2008)

Director: David Wain

Writers: Timothy Dowling; William Blake Herron; Ken Marino; Paul Rudd; David Wain

Keywords: Comedy

Two energy-drink representatives caught up in unbecoming behavior are forced to take part in a "Big Brother" program, with hilarious results.

ABSTRACT
Emotionally troubled thirtysomething man Danny and sex-crazed best buddy Wheeler get tangled up in a nasty fight with a tow truck driver one day, charged with assault and facing an uncertain future immediately thereafter. Eager to avoid jail sentences, the pair opt to perform community service as "Big Brothers" to a child obsessed with role-playing games and another with a sailor's mouth, forced to change their undesirable ways if they are to avoid a comedy of errors in attempting to mentor their new friends.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Elizabeth Banks
Actor
10-Feb-1974   The Baxter
Ken Jeong
Actor
15-Jun-1969   Seņor Chang on Community
Louis C. K.
Comic
12-Sep-1967   Lucky Louie
Kerri Kenney
Actor
20-Jan-1970   Reno 911!, The State
Keegan Michael Key
Actor
22-Mar-1971   MADtv
Joe Lo Truglio
Actor
2-Dec-1970   The State
Jane Lynch
Actor
14-Jul-1960   Cheerleading coach on Glee
Ken Marino
Actor
19-Dec-1968   The State
Vincent Martella
Actor
15-Oct-1992   Phineas on Phineas and Ferb
Christopher Mintz-Plasse
Actor
20-Jun-1989   Superbad
Amanda Righetti
Actor
4-Apr-1983   Reunion
Paul Rudd
Actor
6-Apr-1969   The Shape of Things
Seann William Scott
Actor
3-Oct-1976   American Pie
Jorma Taccone
Comic
19-Mar-1977   The Lonely Island
David Wain
Actor
1-Aug-1969   The State

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