“Still optimistic aren't they, not trudging off, like Charlie Brown, saying "this time next year...", like Del Boy”
The panel of peril alight their small scooter and nearly freeze to death on the journey they are required to make in order to watch this week’s film Dumb And Dumber (Peter Farrelly, 1994).
Harry (Jeff Daniels) and Lloyd (Jim Carrey) are two best friends with a dream of opening a pet store that sells worms (named I Got Worms), but a hilariously low intelligence quotient. So when Lloyd accidentally intercepts a briefcase full of ransom money, left by Mary (Lauren Holly), they unknowingly find themselves the targets of kidnappers and ne’er-do-wells as they seek to return it. Hijinks ensue as Harry and Lloyd take to the road on a road trip to Aspen.
Friend of Mary’s family Nicholas (Charles Rocket) is the man making the monetary demands. Convinced that Harry and Lloyd are a couple of genius do-gooders, he enlists the help of some ruffians to recover the lost loot. But whatever could be his backup plan if Harry and Lloyd were to spend a hefty portion of the cash on frivolous purchases (sports cars, posh hotel rooms, day glo formal wear)?
What the actual flip did the panel make of this one? How the actual flip can they improve upon the villain’s dastardly scheme? And who the actual flip will be victorious in this week’s competition?