Easy Six

Synopsis: Packard Schmidt is a burnt-out, middle-aged college English professor. In a desperate attempt to restore some sense of vitality to his lonely existence he embarks on a series of impulsive romantic exploits resulting in a cavalcade of disaster both personally and professionally. These disasters change and educate Pack and serve eventually as a meditation on the meaning and power of desire, loss, and love.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Chris Iovenko
Production: Showtime Networks Inc.
  1 nomination.
90 min

Milton awaits, Jason.






love... "

- Hi!

- Good morning, Rachel.

I was beginning to teach

to an empty classroom.


She alone is free.

She can...



how to climb...

higher than the sphery chime.

Or if virtue feeble were...

heaven itself would stoop to her. "

You know, Rachel...

without the rest of your classmates...

it's probably better that

we discuss this next semester...

and take an early break.

Janet, what a surprise. I'm just

preparing for my Milton conference.

Really? Sam was just

telling me you were making...

some copies of personal material

on the faculty machine.

I'm sure he was. I'll be happy

to reimburse the college...

Let me finish. It occurred to me

you really should be working now...

teaching your final class,

not making copies or...

certainly not preparing

for your trip to Las Vegas.

I planned to, but nobody

turned up, or almost nobody.

So I dismissed early.

Are you happy here, Packard?

Do you like teaching here?

Yes, very much.

- Merry Christmas, Janet!

- Frank! Of course...

- Merry Christmas.

- Merry Christmas to you...

and Merry Christmas to you, Sam!

Frank, are we going to have another

championship season this year?

I'm telling you, the Catfish

are looking good, buddy.

That's good.

Go, Catfish!

All right!

Let's go!

Merry Christmas

to Bill and the two kids.

- Taken!

- Merry Christmas, Sam.

I admire your enthusiasm

for those two.

Brown nose, Pack.

Brown nose.

You kiss Janet's butt,

and I guarantee you...

she'll let bygones be bygones.

Yes, but, telling a joke in class

is hardly a capital offense.

I'm not going to growl over

something I didn't think was wrong.

I fully agree with you.

It's just not fair.

You're sure you don't mind looking

for Sally while you're in Vegas?

No, of course not.

I try to reach her,

and she just doesn't call back.

It's a daddy's worry.

It would be so, so nice

if I could see her for Christmas.

It's not a problem. I'm looking

forward to seeing Sally again.

Thank you.

You know, she loves you.

You're the only professor

who didn't fail her.

- Santa left you a gift.

- He did?

- Wow!

- Open it.

It's for Vegas.

- Good luck.

- I appreciate it, but...

it's not a holiday, it's a

conference, and I don't gamble.

Well, you should gamble, 'cause

now you're going to have good luck.

First, you score at the table,

and then you score some skirt.

"Her buttocks is strong,

breast is round and high...

she was hair. faired,

and I won't lie. "

I can't wait till you to come home

and tell me some whore stories!


- Good evening, sir.

- Thank you.

I'm with the Milton conference, and

I think it's in the Dug Out Room.

Dug Out Room,

right through those doors.

Thank you.

- Welcome.

- Hello.

To the last Milton conference.

The new name didn't help.

I've told you who I am.

I'm looking for Sally.

What are you? Some kind of

private detective or something?

No, I'm an old

English professor of hers.


F*ck off!

I'm here for a conference. I just

want to get in touch with her.

Say something

in English Literature.

- What?

- See? You're full of shit!

All right...

"When that pretty

With the shower sweeter

The draft of much

Hath pierced to the root"

How about something in English?

Have you ever heard of Shakespeare?

"Tell me, where is fancy bred?

In the heart or in the head?

How begot?

How nourished?

Reply, reply!

It is engendered

In the eyes with gazing fed

Then fancy dies

In the cradle where it lies

Let us all ring fancy's knell

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