The Do-Over

Synopsis: Two down-on-their-luck guys decide to fake their own deaths and start over with new identities, only to find the people they're pretending to be are in even deeper trouble.
Director(s): Steven Brill
Production: Netflix
Rotten Tomatoes:
108 min


Raise the roof for your class song,

"I'm Too Sexy"

by Right Said Fred.

Now, it's time to give it up

for your 1991 prom king and queen,

Ted-O and Nikki!

Ted-O. Ted-O.

Ted-O. Ted-O. Ted-O.


Reunions are strange.

They bring up a lot of

feelings about your past.

Were you a jock?

A pothead?

A drama club kid?

A loser?

Did you get the girl...

or did she ever even notice you?

Who did you want to be,

and who did you actually become?

Damn, Charlie.

Are you still hung up on that skank?


You forgot the guy who showed you

your first pair of tits?

You're givin' me dead eyes?

It's me!

It's Maxi-Pad!

Max Kessler!

- Come on.

- Oh, my God.

I haven't seen you in forever. Wow.

So, how is your mother?

Oh, well, you wouldn't want to

check her out in the shower these days.

Not lookin' too good.

You know, I still think she might have

known that we were watching.

Are you kiddin' me? That's why she

winked at you in the middle.

You were her little Macaulay Culkin.

Man, these two a**holes

deserve each other.

They actually got divorced.

They're still really good friends though.

I see that.

They had twins together,

but she got remarried.


Imagine if her husband was here right now

watching that alcoholic hosebag

f***ing dry hump her ex.

He is here, actually.

Oh, hey, congratulations.

That's good news, man.

I wish you would've told me before

I called your wife an alcoholic hosebag.

But, that's... that's excellent.

Whoa. Excuse me, one second.

Hey, come on. Ted-O.

No, no. No... too much.

Oh, God.

Ha! I'm sorry. Whoo!

It's the goddamn Funky Bunch, baby!

I lose my sh*t! Every time.

Relax, Charlie,

we were just dancin'.

You don't have to make a scene.

He's making a scene? You're the one

getting a pap smear out here.

I wasn't getting a pap smear,


- Hey, hey.

- No, no.

Here's what happened,

all right? Here's what happened.

I think we had a little...

few too many beers

and we're just gonna call it a night.

Okay, fine.

Let's go, Mr. Buzzkill. Ah!

You know I can't leave right now,

I'm the class treasurer.

I have to settle up

with the DJ and the hotel.

- Okay? You...

- You know what?

Jimmy Badboy's got a limo.

Now, she could just hop right in

with me if you wanted.

- If it's all right.

- Oh, that sounds great.

- Yeah?

- Let me ask my dad.

Hey, listen, it's better than

drinking and driving.

Yes, okay, fine.

I'll see you at home.

- It's a limousine.

- All right.

I'll take good care of her. Whoo!

I'm sorry.

If I'm remembering correctly,

Charlie McMillan always

loved himself a Bud Light.

How about that time my father took us

on the drive-along in his cop car.

Oh, I remember that.

And that guy we had to arrest,

who kept flashing everybody

at the 7-Eleven.

You stuck me in the backseat

with that guy!

Yeah, who would have thought a guy could

whack off with a set of handcuffs on?

Why did we ever stop hangin' out?

We lived right across the street

from each other.

I don't know.

We had different classes.

Yeah, you were with all the smart kids.

I was in shop class

making bird cages and foot stools.


And after your dad died...

Yeah, I wasn't too social after that, huh?

I wouldn't wish that on anybody.

Growing up without a dad.

But you're in Jacksonville now.

Tell me about yourself.

I don't know anything.

Remember how we said we were gonna

kick ass and take names?

Oh, yeah, we did.

You were going to invent time travel,

weren't you?

And you were gonna be

an FBI agent.

That's right.

Mr. Falcone, our guidance counselor,

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Kevin Barnett

Kevin Rees Barnett (born May 14, 1974) is a former volleyball player. He played for the United States national team at the 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics. Barnett currently works as a broadcaster for the Pac-12 Networks and FOX Sports West in Los Angeles, as well as teaming with Paul Sunderland for indoor volleyball during the Olympics. more…

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