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Extract (4-Sep-2009)

Director: Mike Judge

Writer: Mike Judge

Keywords: Comedy

A proprietor of an extract manufacturing plant contends with company troubles, an unfaithful wife, and a new employee intent on squeezing him dry.

ABSTRACT
Joel, owner of a flower-extract manufacturing plant, is a man on the edge, beset by troubles at work after his would-be floor manager suffers a serious injury on the assembly line. Joel's troubles are compounded by lingering suspicions of his wife's infidelity; what's more, new hire Cindy threatens to squeeze Joel for every cent he's worth by seducing her way into his pocketbook while stealing a number of wallets from the company coatroom.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ben Affleck
Actor
15-Aug-1972   Good Will Hunting
Jason Bateman
Actor
14-Jan-1969   Arrested Development
Brent Briscoe
Actor
21-May-1961   A Simple Plan
Clifton Collins, Jr.
Actor
16-Jun-1970   One Eight Seven
Beth Grant
Actor
18-Sep-1949   Sissy Hickey on Sordid Lives
David Koechner
Actor
24-Aug-1962   SNL alumnus, character actor
Mila Kunis
Actor
14-Aug-1983   Jackie on That 70's Show
Jenny O'Hara
Actor
24-Feb-1942   Dixie Randazzo on My Sister Sam
Matt Schulze
Actor
3-Jul-1972   Fast Five
Gene Simmons
Bassist
25-Aug-1949   Blood-spouting KISS bassist
J. K. Simmons
Actor
9-Jan-1955   J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man
Hal Sparks
Actor
25-Sep-1969   Michael Novotny on Queer as Folk
Tom Virtue
Actor
19-Nov-1957   Steve Stevens on Even Stevens
Kristen Wiig
Actor
22-Aug-1973   Saturday Night Live

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