Every Day

Synopsis: This day really isn't all that different than every other day, except today Ned's gay son Jonah wants to go to a college party, his wife is bringing home her elderly father to live with them, and his outrageous boss seems to have become even more crazy and demanding than would even seem possible. As his wife tries to take care of her father and reconnect with him, Ned tries to reconnect with Jonah, and then without trying, he seems to have formed a connection with his co-worker. If he can get through days like these, he should be able to get through anything else life throws at him.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Richard Levine
Production: Image Entertainment
 
IMDB:
5.7
Metacritic:
48
Rotten Tomatoes:
34%
R
Year:
2010
93 min
$9,857
Website
142 Views


Right?

You don't think that's a

little bit unrelatable?

You're talklng like

a fucklng executive.

There is nothing unrelatable

about sex with animals.

I know a lot of people

who've done it.

Sex with one's dog is

the new sex with one's cat.

I don't give a f*ck about

unrelatablllty as long as it is shocking.

And what if they didn't have sex

for an episode?

Personally, I'd find that

pretty shocking.

[cell phone rings]

Are we keeping

you from something?

Sorry. Um, I have to

pick up my wife at the airport.

Her father's coming in and--

When are we getting your script?

Well, I wanted to talk

to you about that.

The next couple of days

are gonna be kinda tough

because of Jeannie and I--

No. Monday.

Okay. Monday, I'll try.

Don't try. Just do it.

Act four.

Two shocking moments.

[horns honking]

[siren wails]

[cell phone rings]

Shit.

(Ned)

Hey, you made it.

Where are you?

Stuck. Traffic is unbelievable.

How's Ernle?

Uh, chipper.

How was getting him there?

It's been a little tough, but

we're hanging in there, right, Ernie?

[hushed tone]

Don't get a ticket, but hurry.

[beep]

Dad?

At least they didn't lose our luggage.

That's a relief, right?

You need the bathroom

or anything?

It's just a side effect.

They told us it might happen, right?

You can change as soon as you

get home.

- (Ned) Hey I

- It won't be too long now.

Here you go.

Sorry I'm late.

The traffic.

Doesn't matter where you're going

or what time you go

it's always bad.

How are ya?

Hey, Ernie.

You look good.

Welcome to the Big Apple.

(Ned) You must be pooped.

It's been quite a whirlwind,

huh, Dad?

I sold just about everything

except his favorite

chair and ottoman.

They'll be here

in a few weeks.

And his upstairs neighbor is gonna

try to sell his electric wheelchair

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Richard Levine

Richard Steven "Dick" Levine (born September 11, 1939) is an American environmental architect, solar energy and sustainability pioneer, and professor at the University of Kentucky. He is one of the early solar energy innovators in the U.S., a holder of U.S. patents on structural systems and solar energy applications, and the architect of a number of award winning solar buildings including his widely published Raven Run Solar House (1974). Levine is co-director of the Center for Sustainable Cities at the University of Kentucky. His contributions to sustainable urban planning are in both the theory and practice of the sustainable city-region. He has over 150 publications on solar energy and sustainability research, conducted in Italy, Austria, China and the Middle East. more…

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