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
36 Views

[door creaks open]

(Ethan)

Dada?

(male voice)

Mm.

Dada?

Mm.

Mm.

[sighing]

There are no bad

people coming, okay?

How do you know?

Well, 'cause there

are two cars in

the driveway.

There are plenty of other

houses with no cars

in the driveway

that they're

going to instead.

What if they

can't see the cars?

If they can't

see the cars

then they need to

have their eyes checked.

Good night.

Can you leave

the light on?

Brighter?

Go to

sleep now.

Could I have a

glass of water?

[alarm beeping]

When's Mama

getting home?

Sometime after lunch.

Mm. This

toast is burnt.

Fire me.

Is Grandpa Ernie gonna

eat every meal with us?

Only if he's good.

If he's bad, we force

him to eat in his own room.

Excuse me.

Your room.

Gimme. I'll scrap

off the burnt.

No, it's fine.

Will he smell bad?

Last time he was here

he smelled like pee.

Ew. can we not

talk about pee

during breakfast?

You can

block your nose.

Like this, see?

Right now, I can't

smell a thing.

Are you done yet?

No.

Be done. Now.

Now. Come on, come on.

Have you decided

about prom yet?

Because I have to

sign up for it by tomorrow.

can we talk about

that when Mama gets

home, please?

Will everybody at

the prom be gay?

Yeah. That's why they call it

the Gay and Lesbian Prom, moron.

Are lesbians gay?

Okay, that's it.

No more. No more. Enough.

No more questions.

Out. You.

And yes, they are.

No one's gonna

do anything.

They have like a

million chaperons.

I don't want you dancing

with college kids, period.

What are they

gonna do, rape me?

can we not talk

about this right now?

I'm not interested in being

with someone who's older.

I just wanna dance with

other people who are gay.

I think I'd rather talk

about the smell of pee.

Huh.

You know, it's very nice

of you to give up your room.

Very generous.

Do I have a choice?

Come on. Hop, hop, hop, hop,

hop, hop, hop, Peter Cottontall.

You know, I'm gay whether

I go to the prom or not.

We'll talk about it

when Mama gets home.

Do you think Grandpa

Ernie will die soon?

I don't know.

Did you remember

your violin music?

Yes.

Do you think people

come back after they die?

Like as other

people or things?

No. I mean, I, I think you sort

of just die when you die.

You know, go back in the sky,

all your atoms and stuff.

That's what I think.

I hope I come

back as a flower.

They smell

really good.

Okay. I could see that.

I mean, I agree.

Flowers are good. It's a good life,

a flower's life, I think.

Not a very long

life, but a good life.

I'll see you later.

Don't forget

your violin.

(Ned)

Hey, it's me.

Um, I hope you guys made it

to the airport okay.

I guess I'll, I'll just

meet you at baggage claim.

Um, I miss you.

God help us.

Oh, and we gotta deal

with that gay prom thing.

It's not going

away. Okay?

I love you.

What about anal? My straight friends

tell me anal's the new oral.

So, Darren, Lindsay

in the shower.

Lindsay feels Darren

coming up the Panama Canal.

I haven't seen that on TV.

(Brian)

Maybe Lindsay straps one on

and Darren's not into it.

No. Seen it before.

Maybe he is into it.

What if they try to screw

but she gets terrible gas.

Come on, people,we have

five shocking moments

In every script.

We only have three.

Ned, true or false.

Anal's the new oral.

Uh, I'd settle for oral

being the new oral, but that's me.

My wife didn't like it.

It gave her the runs.

Okay. What if Lindsay develops

a thing for her Dalmatian

and it turns into this

incredible obsession?

Yes! Thank you. Bestiality,

the final frontier. I love it.

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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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