National Lampoon's Dad's Week Off

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Released 1997

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National Lampoon's Dad's Week Off

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Director:
Neal Israel
Released:
1997
Rating:
R
National Lampoon Dad's Week Off is a 1999 made for television comedy which centers around a miserable man who can't help but make worse situations out of bad situations. Henry Winkler (Happy Days) stands in for Chevy Chase in this comedic story which centers around a dad who seeks much needed respite from work after a hectic week in which he realizes he will most likely be fired from his position. His wife Cherice (Olivia d'Abo) decides to let him have his space, so she takes the kids camping for a week. Little does she know all hell is about to break loose in her house. Suddenly Jack's friend is over, planning parties and trashing the house. A seductive manicurist also lures Jack in, costing him a brief wedding and a night in jail. Dad's Week Off also stars Richard Jeni, Louis Ferreira, Christine Willes, Will Sasso, Don S. Davis and Ken Pogue. If you enjoyed the National Lampoon's Vacation series, you will most likely enjoy watching "The Fonz" experience misfortune after misfortune in this knee-slappingly funny film.moreless
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