Caddyshack II

Synopsis: Jack Hartounian, a self made man is trying to get into Bushwood County Club because his daughter's being asked by her snooty friends. Jack applies but a few things ruins his application, one that he's extremely boorish and because he is building low cost housing in an affluent neighborhood. Jack then turns to Ty Webb who owns the majority share of the club, Jack buys Ty's shares and then takes over the club and makes some changes which the members don't like. That's when the club members attack Jack by stopping his housing project. Eventually they decide to settle it on the golf course but the club president decides to take contingencies.
Genre: Comedy, Sport
Director(s): Allan Arkush
Production: Warner Home Video
  4 wins & 2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
3.7
Metacritic:
7
Rotten Tomatoes:
4%
PG
Year:
1988
98 min
48 Views

Did you guys hear

what happened to Mary Ellen Tobin?

Total humiliation.

She found out that her boyfriend

is part Italian.

I bet I know which part, too.

I've always wondered.

What are you, Kate?

Me?

Erm, we're New Yorkers, originally.

Well, Miffy tells me that the two of you

room together at Radcliffe.

Five iron.

I was at Harvard Law.

I'm very surprised we never met.

Well, I just transferred last year

from Michigan.

I knew someone

who once went to Michigan.

I think it was our maid.

Kate, I am just kidding.

- Outstanding.

- Marvellous.

Marvellously outstanding.

Kate.

Caddy, could you please run

and get me a diet root beer?

Er... The nearest soda machine

is way back at the snack bar.

Er, yeah,

I know where the soda machine is.

Snotty little bitch.

I may never come back.

I know you thlnk

I'm no match for you, baby

You Ilke makln'It rough on me

don't ya?

My, my

Back to the shack

Huh, huh, yeah

And nothlng sults me better than that

If tlme has taught me anythlng

Got to learn to be the ball

And I can't keep

from laughlng at It all

I'm gonna laugh

I'm golng all the way

Sooner or later gotta love somebody

Don't care how long It takes

You can turn up the heat

But I'm playlng It cool

I know It's hard to belleve

I aln't nobody's fool

- I'm golng all the way

- All the way

- Sooner or later gotta love somebody

- I don't care

Don't care how long It takes...

Ah, good morning, Mr and Mrs Mannings.

I've not gone to school

Baby, Ilke It or not

I aln't nobody's fool

Come on, baby. Come on, baby.

Come on, baby.

Yeah.

Excuse me. Pardon me.

Excuse me. Pardon me. No, no!

My halluclnatlon

May come as some surprlse

You may try to deny It

You're amazed when the clown

slaps you In the face

Leaves you dumbfounded there

In hls way, yeah

- I'm golng all the way

- Yeah

- Sooner or later gotta love somebody

- Love somebody

Don't care how long It takes

Llke a shock to the heart

I've got news for you

Maybe I'm not so smart

But I'm nobody's fool

- I'm golng all the way

- Oh, yeah

Hup. Excuse me.

- I'm golng all the way

- I'm nobody's fool, baby...

One diet root beer.

This... was really good.

Thank you.

I won't be a caddy all my life. I'm

going to car-wash school in the fall.

Back to work.

Ah-ha.

Why don't you girls run along

and I'll take care of the caddies?

- Thank you, Todd.

- Great round, Kate.

Thanks.

All right, hunchbacks, listen up.

The club recently purchased 50

Cushman electric Golf Master golf carts,

which means that once they're delivered

your services as caddies

will no longer be required.

Does this mean that we're fired?

That's very good.

Pass it on to your brethren, won't you?

Just so there are no hard feelings

I'll see what I can do

about letting you keep those coveralls.

Why don't you ask your father

to join Bushwood?

Imagine how much fun we could have.

All the tournaments we could win.

Oh, that would be great.

I would love that.

But I'm not sure

how my father would feel about it.

Oh. Well, maybe if he saw how dignified

and elegant everything is here...

Dignified and elegant.

Yeah. He'd fit right in.

Well, make up your mind.

You want to play or you want to fold?

Either you play or fold. If you're not

gonna play or fold, you're gonna sit.

Between me and you,

there's more comfortable places to sit.

Hello. Did you pass away?

Come on, hurry up. I'm talking to you.

Are you still living?

Blink twice if you can see me.

I should call you. Low-life phoneys

is what I should call you.

I'm out.

How do you like that?

Wiped out again.

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Brian Doyle-Murray

Brian Doyle-Murray (né Murray, born October 31, 1945) is an American actor, voice actor, comedian and screenwriter. He is the older brother of actor/comedian Bill Murray, and the two have acted together in several films, including Caddyshack, Scrooged, Ghostbusters II, The Razor's Edge, and Groundhog Day. He co-starred on the TBS sitcom on Sullivan & Son, where he played the foul-mouthed Hank Murphy. He also appeared in the Nickelodeon animated series SpongeBob SquarePants as The Flying Dutchman, and in the Cartoon Network original animated series The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack as the surly Captain K'Nuckles. He appears in a recurring role as Don Ehlert on the ABC sitcom The Middle. Doyle-Murray was nominated for three Emmy Awards in 1978, 1979, and 1980 for his work on Saturday Night Live in the category Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program. Two other younger brothers, Joel and John, are actors, as well. His oldest brother Ed is a businessman, and brother Andy is a chef, and runs the Murray Brothers "CaddyShack" restaurant located in the World Golf Village resort near St. Augustine, Florida. Doyle is his grandmother's maiden name, and he chose to hyphenate it to avoid confusion with another actor. more…

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