Who Made The Potatoe Salad?

Synopsis: An urban romantic comedy about a young San Diego policeman who travels to Los Angeles with his fiancée to meet her dysfunctional family and announce their engagement.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
90 min

Oh, my God!

Will you marry me?

Oh, my God.

Come on now, girl,

before I get rheumatism in my knee.

Yes. Yes. Yes.

- Oh, my gosh.

- I like to make her sweat it out.

Oh, baby, it's so beautiful.

Come here.

Can I get something to drink for you two?

Yes. We'll take a bottle of

Les Paymoo Strang Franais,

I don't believe we carry that...

He's kidding.

Just bring us your best champagne.

Yeah. Strang.

Oh, my gosh, we have so much planning to

do. Where are we gonna have it?

What am I gonna wear?

Who's gonna be our planner?

Oh, babe, babe, babe. Calm down, okay?

Calm down.

We've got plenty of time to plan.

I need to know,

are you ready for tomorrow?

Yes. Yeah.

Our train leaves for LA tomorrow at 12:00.

Cool. I can't wait to break the news

to your parents. Wait till they meet me.


Your champagne.

Now, this is how a man

should be introduced to your family.

Do you know, you gotta hide this

until we announce it, though.

Right. Right. Yeah.

Hey, you think we should do it

on Thanksgiving?

We'll just have to find

the appropriate time.

Well, you're right. You're right.

We should just let it happen naturally.

Baby, even if you don't click

with my family, will you still love me?

Of course. I mean, of course.

Hey, remember this: love conquers all.

And I love you.

I love you.

But you know deep down inside

I'm gonna click with your family.

- Do I?

- I mean, come on, look at me.

What family could resist

these boyish good looks?

- Okay.

- I mean, seriously, look at me, okay.

I can borrow a cup of sugar

from any white family on this block.

You know this.

You are so stupid.

- Let's go.

- Let's go.

Mama. Hey, Daddy.


it's so nice to meet you, baby.

Ashley, you didn't tell me he was this fine.

Nice to meet you.

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