O.C. and Stiggs

Altman infiltrates '80s suburbia under the auspices of a boner jam comedy, armed only with the most seething comedy aimed at white Reaganites and their culturally re-appropriating preppy screwball kids. The slobs are as garish and deplorable as the snobs they rage against; all the houses look the same anyway.

Nashville's political candidate Hal Philip Walker pops up as a TV personality espousing the virtues of conservatism, and Bob Uecker sits at a table talking to himself.

Wino Bob ain't got no time for this "folklore picturesque Uncle Remus bullshit."

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