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You, Me and Dupree (13-Jul-2006)

Directors: Anthony Russo; Joe Russo

Writer: Mike LeSieur

Keywords: Comedy

A middle-aged layabout moves in with his best friend after serving as a best man at his wedding.

ABSTRACT
Carl and Molly Peterson are newlyweds with a sunny disposition, looking on towards a new home with established careers well in hand. Their honeymoon period hits an unexpected snag when Dupree, a thirtysomething slacker who'd served as a best man at their wedding, looks to move in with the pair with a promise to procure a job in the near future; as the days wear on, however, it becomes rather obvious that Dupree harbors no serious intentions of leaving any time soon, compounding problems an exasperated Carl already faces with his new father-in-law.

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18-Sep-1971   7-time Tour De France winner, disqualified
Amanda Detmer
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27-Sep-1971   Deena Greco on What About Brian
Matt Dillon
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18-Feb-1964   Drugstore Cowboy
Michael Douglas
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25-Sep-1944   Wall Street
Billy Gardell
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20-Aug-1969   Mike Biggs on Mike & Molly
Bill Hader
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7-Jun-1978   Saturday Night Live
Kate Hudson
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19-Apr-1979   Almost Famous
Seth Rogen
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15-Apr-1982   Knocked Up
Todd Stashwick
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16-Oct-1968   Dale Malloy on The Riches
Owen Wilson
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18-Nov-1968   Zoolander

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