One Night at McCool's

Synopsis: After another hard night at McCool's, bartender Randy runs into Jewel. The seductive lady seems to have evaded a rape pretty closely, and when the man comes back, she puts a bullet in his head. After all these events (and others), Randy takes Jewel home, and the two become a couple. Yet Jewel begins to develop into a very demanding girlfriend and drives Randy into committing crimes for her and her elaborate lifestyle. Randy's cousin Carl is driven crazy by Randy's incredibly sexy girl as well as the investigating officer, Detective Dehling.
Genre: Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Harald Zwart
Production: USA Films
Rotten Tomatoes:
93 min

# A wanted man in California #

# A wanted man in Buffalo #

# A wanted man in Kansas City #

# A wanted man in Ohio #

# A wanted man in Mississippi #

# A wanted man in old Cheyenne #

# Wherever you might look tonight #

# You might see this wanted man #

Bingo caller:


Four-three on the "N".

# There's somebody set to grab me #

# Anywhere that I might be #

# Wherever you might look tonight #

# You might get a glimpse of me #

# A wanted man in California #

# A wanted man in Buffalo #

- And D-48,

That's "D" over the 4-8...

# A wanted man in Ohio #

# A wanted man in Mississippi #

# A wanted man in old Cheyenne #

# Wherever you might look tonight #

# You might see this wanted man #

Ahem! Psst!

Um, looks like we might

get some rain.

Bingo caller:
N-40, that's

40 under the "N".


The -

Oh, I'm sorry, I -

My mistake, I thought

you were someone else.

No, no, wait a minute,

kid, kid, kid...

I forgot what

I was supposed to say,

Y'know, like, uh...

"The rain's good

for the farmers,"

"Grow some crops,"

some sh*t like that.

Mr. Burmeister?

Yeah, Burmeister. Sit down.

Oh, hey, I, uh -

I brought the money.

Pss-pss-pss- later.

Oh! Yeah.

You're dealing with a professional here.


Hey, a man's

gotta do somethin'.

Besides, it's

too early in the day

to be chasin' p*ssy.

Carl Harding. Sorry I'm late.

It's your hour.

50 minutes. But who's counting, right?

So, Carl, why don't you -

I'm sorry, before we begin,

Um, please make sure that

the bills go to my office,

not to my house.

- Sure.

- Thank you.

So why don't you

start at the beginning,

and tell me why

you've come to see me.


You wanna hear about

my mom and my childhood,

is that the kinda sh*t

you're looking for?

If that's why you're here.

No, it's not.

What do I look like?

Just to set

the record straight,

I Just made partner

at the second-largest law firm

in the state,

so I'm doing very well, thank you.

So I don't

mean to brag, but you asked.

No I didn't.

- Okay.

So you're here because...?

- I'm here because

I've got this thing

going on with a woman -

not my mom!

It's not.

# A wanted man in Albuquerque #

# A wanted man in Syracuse #

# A wanted man in Tallahassee #

# A wanted man in Baton Rouge #

Got a minute?

Uh, in a second.

Come on.

I hope this

is important, Charlie,

I've got Junior choir practice

in twenty minutes.

I need to talk.

This won't keeptill confession?

I really need some helpwith this.

Is it a woman?


I'm so glad you could helpme with this.

I don't know what to do,

I knew you'd helpme

sort this out.

I'm here for you, Charlie,

no matter what it is.

Now, Just take your time,

and tell me everything

about this woman.

I got all day.

I don't usually do

this sort of thing.


I've never done this before, y'know?

That's okay, sweetie.

You can start with the next game

on the green sheet.

It's four-card crazy bingo.

Ten dollars.

Lemme get two cups of coffee, please.

Oh, uh, yeah. Two cups for me, too.


0-55, 0-5-5.

Y- y-you gotta know, um...

I got my reasons for doing this.

Well, that's nice.

- See, not too long ago,

my life was goin' along Just fine.

I was happy...


Well, maybe I wasn't happy,

but, y'know, I was content.

I had a Job, I had friends...

I had a house...

I had everything but -

That steady bang, huh?

"She," the squeeze, the girlfriend -

whatever you wanna call a chick.

Yeah, right.

And then I met her...

This whole thing

started one night at McCools

The place was packed,

even my cousin Carl was there,

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