Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Maybe he wants to get closer to Mrs. Featherbottom

Bonnie Hunt, whom I adore, is writing a sequel to Mrs. Doubtfire. What could possibly happen? Why would the Robin Williams character need to re-don the Scottish drag? Perhaps Scotland Yard needs him to infiltrate a nursing home to wiretap the phone in room 212, where a notorious crime lord is spending the autumn of his life. Now it's your turn. What could possibly be the premise of Mrs. Doubtfire 2?

7 comments:

la strada said...

The Robin Williams character's kids, now of legal age, are all methadone addicts. They owe thousands of dollars to their dealer, Angus, who is a grizzled Scottish man with an eye for zaftig compatriots. The kids convince dad to assume the identity of Euphegenia Doubtfire in order to seduce Angus and elope with him, thereby freeing the kids of debt. The film ends in the lush highlands of Scotland - as Angus slides down Mrs. Doubtfire's panties - and is called Mrs. Doubtfire: Crying Grame.

Write Or said...

I don't like it when you ask questions and make me, the reader, do work. Just tell me what to think and everyone goes home happy.

tkr said...

wow, way to spoil the fun, "write or". for my money, the robin williams character needs to maintain the doubtfire identity because he still has that children's show that he got at the end of the first one. so the sequel will be about the show. kind of like a mr. rogers biopic, but with thundering, scottish tatas.

roger k. said...

tatas? i'm new to this country. do not know that word.

Beedow said...

tatas. you know. bazooms.

Concerned Fan said...

Off for the holidays? No updates?

Middento said...

Am I not enough of an 'Merican because I have not seen this movie?

I did see Sunset Boulevard over the holidays. Does that make it better?

(Happy New Year, JJ! And thanks for the Xmas card -- you're the only one to have satisfied my Gorey fetish through a card this year! This is why I love you.)