Plot – Natalie is separated and lives in Chicago. Her son Doyle studies in a prestigious college in Atlanta. The woman asks his new boyfriend to pick Doyle up, so he can spend Thanksgiving Day with the family. Dutch is joyful, while the guy turns out to be annoying and pretentious. After a series of adventures and misadventures, Dutch gains the confidence of Doyle, who deeply changes.
All actors – Ed O'Neill, Ethan Embry, JoBeth Williams, Christopher McDonald, Ari Meyers, Elizabeth Daily, L. Scott Caldwell, Kathleen Freeman, Lisa Figus, Cedering Fox, Shelby Leverington, Kyle Fredericksshow all
“Dutch” Quotes 20 quotes
“Have a nice weekend, rotting in your own pissed-off world.”
“Some day you're gonna get in a situation where you can't call for help. You'll have to depend on yourself, and you'll let yourself down. I'm not calling because I don't want your mother to think we can't make it home on our own. Call it male pride. Good, old fashioned, pig-headed, working-class, pre-fax machine/car phone, masculine pride. No...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Nothing burps better than bacon. Your water looked tasty.”
“- Party Woman: Libby, this is Natalie Standish. Natalie is Reed's... Oh, is it alright to...
- Natalie Standish: Say that Reed got me pregnant when I was a barhop at your country club? Married me to avoid scandal? Spent the next ten years sucking the life out of me? Got bored with me, dumped me, and screwed me in court? Sure, go ahead.
- Party...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Excuse me, I understand what you were saying to Natalie was personal. Well, I'm involved with her now so this is personal too; you hurt her and I'll hit you so fucking hard your dog will bleed, okay?”
“I don't care for caviar, I make it a policy never to eat something a fish deposits in a riverbed.”
“You can't beat a Ford for good brakes!”
“- Natalie Standish: You wouldn't dare play fair, would you?
- Reed Standish: I wouldn't dare lose.”
“I may not look like I could finance a trip to the zoo but the truth is I make a pretty good living. My income is a damn lot more than your father gives your mother to live on. But my money doesn't matter in your neighborhood, because I work for it. Working for your money doesn't matter in your neck of the woods, it's whose crotch the doctor...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Dutch Dooley: Doyle, switch cots with me, mine won't hold me.
- Doyle Standish : How do you know it'll hold me?
- Dutch Dooley: Because I'm 15,000 cheeseburgers ahead of you in life.”
“- Dutch Dooley: You got anything to say? Me, I like to talk. I love to talk. Live to talk. You got any amusing anecdotes?
- Doyle Standish: I'm living through one right now.”
“What do you like to do for fun? You like to wiggle and grunt. Me too.”
“- Doyle Standish : We're here.
- Dutch Dooley: Where?
- Doyle Standish : I don't know.”
“There's no better way for two guys to get to know each other better than to spend a couple of days in a car.”
“You might be the toughest little whacker at the Junior High but in my world, you're about as worrisome as a cloudy day.”
“Then I have to shoot you. Now, since we might be legally related someday, I'll give you the option of taking it on the backside. Won't hurt as bad.”
“- Dutch Dooley: Listen you little son of a bitch, you could've killed someone with a stunt like that. That poor bastard was on his way home to see his family and because you wanted to play some kind of a spoiled brat prank, you put his life in jeopardy. Now what gives you the right to do that?
- Doyle Standish : I guess I didn't think about...” (continue)(continue reading)