- Original title
- Running time
- 93 min.
- United States
J. Peter Robinson
- Synopsis / Plot
- Car salesman Joey O'Brien (Robin Williams) is burning his candle at three ends at once, trying to keep up with his ex-wife Tina (Pamela Reed), his 20-something designer girlfriend Lila (Lori Petty) and his steadiest girl, Joy (Fran Drescher), who happens to be married. The pressure is on at Turgeon motors for big Sunday sales, and Joey can't seem to get his day together, what with the interruptions from the women in his life, including his mother (Mimi Cecchini) and the fact that three of his hoped-for sales opportunities show up at the same time, demanding his attention. Then the crazed Larry (Tim Robbins) crashes his motorcycle through the showroom window, brandishing a bomb and holding everyone hostage - he thinks his wife Donna (Annabella Sciorra) is running out on him with one of the salesmen, and he's ready to shoot them all. In a flash of fast-talking desperation, Joey falsely confesses - and starts the slow and hilarious process of trying to talk some sense into the disoriented, trigger-happy Larry.
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