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(2006) (Adam Sandler, Kate Beckinsale) (PG-13)

Alcohol/
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Blood/Gore Disrespectful/
Bad Attitude
Frightening/
Tense Scenes
Guns/
Weapons
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Imitative
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Jump
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Music
(Scary/Tense)
Music
(Inappropriate)
Profanity
Moderate None Minor None Heavy
Sex/
Nudity
Smoking Tense Family
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Topics To
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Violence
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QUICK TAKE:
Comedy: A busy architect learns a valuable life lesson after he begins using a magical universal remote control that allows him to skip through time and control those around him.
PLOT:
Michael Newman (ADAM SANDLER) is a busy architect who's so busy trying to make partner at the firm run by his boss Ammer (DAVID HASELHOFF) that he barely has time to spend with his wife Donna (KATE BECKINSALE) or their young kids, Ben (JOSEPH CASTANON) and Samantha (TATUM McCANN). In fact, they nearly spend more quality time with Michael's parents, Ted (HENRY WINKLER) and Trudy (JULIE KAVNER) than with him, while Donna spends time with her oversexed friend Janine (JENNIFER COOLIDGE) when not taking the kids to swim events where they find swim instructor Bill (SEAN AUSTIN) in some small swimsuits.

Things come to a head when Michael has to cancel their camping trip in order to work on another project for Ammer. Needing some peace and quiet and fed up with so many remote controls around the house, Michael storms off to a local retail store in search of a universal remote that might at least give him a tad more control in his life. In the back of that store, he meets a whacky inventor type, Morty (CHRISTOPHER WALKEN), who gives him a new universal remote that, as Morty puts, "will rock your world."

Once back home, Michael discovers that not only can it mute the family dog, Sundance, but also pause and then fast forward Donna while she's mad at him. At first, he attributes those apparent hallucinations to a combination of cough medicine and junk food, but Morty later explains how the remote can work. Akin to the features menu on a DVD, the remote allows its user to move back and forth through time and control those around them.

Realizing he can use it to get through the tedious or unpleasant parts of his life, Michael is quite happy with the remote. That is, until it starts fast-forwarding on its own, eventually leading to him learning some valuable lessons about not letting one's life pass by too fast before it's too late to do anything about it.

WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
Sandler's fans will probably want to, while the comedy aspect may draw others.
WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: PG-13
For language, crude and sex-related humor, and some drug references.
CAST AS ROLE MODELS:
  • ADAM SANDLER plays a busy architect who's striving so hard to make partner at his firm that he shortchanges Donna and their kids of the love and attention they need. After Morty gives him the magical universal remote, he tries to take shortcuts through his life, but ends up learning a valuable lesson about letting life pass you by. He uses profanity, and smokes a few cigars.
  • KATE BECKINSALE plays his wife who wishes he's spend more time with her and the kids rather than working all of the time.
  • CHRISTOPHER WALKEN plays the eccentric inventor who gives Michael the universal remote but repeatedly warns him about not misusing it.
  • DAVID HASELHOFF plays Michael's self-absorbed, somewhat chauvinistic, blowhard boss who overworks him.
  • HENRY WINKLER plays Michael's father who sees his son headed down the wrong path, but lets him learn his own lesson.
  • JULIE KAVNER plays Michael's mother.
  • SEAN AUSTIN plays a swim instructor who wears small bathing suits and ends up married to Donna in the future.
  • JOSEPH CASTANON and TATUM McCANN play Michael's young kids who wish he spent more time with them.
  • JENNIFER COOLIDGE plays Donna's oversexed friend who has a reputation of sleeping with her lovers' brothers.
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    OUR WORD TO PARENTS:
    The following is a brief summary of the content found in this comedy that's been rated PG-13. Profanity consists of at least 1 "f" word, while other expletives and colorful phrases are present, as are various instances of sexually related dialogue. Some comedic moments show side silhouette views of a married couple having sex in fast forward motion (we just see rapid hip movement with no details).

    Another has movement under bed covers, while there are repeated sight gags of male dogs humping a stuffed duck toy and one of an erection joke (a remote in the front of a man's pants). Men and women are seen in varying styles of revealing attire, while a woman adjusts her buxom, clothed chest and some slow motion footage shows a jogging woman's clothed chest bouncing up and down.

    Various characters have varying degrees of bad attitudes (most played for comedy), tense family material stems from a father being too busy for his family and the fallout from that, while there are some familial deaths in scenes set in the future.

    Some slapstick style material is present (including the striking of others in the face or crotch when they're "frozen"), as are several instances of crude humor. Some drug references are made, while some drinking occurs and a man smokes cigars a few times. Finally, some of the behavior may be enticing for some kids to imitate.

    If you're still concerned about the film and its appropriateness for yourself or anyone else in your home who may be interested in seeing it, we suggest that you take a closer look at our detailed listings for more specific information regarding the film's content.

    For those concerned with bright flashes of light on the screen, there are some flashes of lighting during a thunderstorm.

    For those prone to visually induced motion sickness, we briefly see some unsteady camera movement (with the camera mounted on Michael's chest looking back at him) as he wobbles about before collapsing.


    ALCOHOL OR DRUG USE
  • An Arabian prince sees a model that Michael has created and keeps reiterating that he wants the bar to be longer.
  • Ammer tells Michael to meet him later for drinks with some clients.
  • When Donna complains about how much time Michael spends working, he replies by saying that he doesn't drink or chase "chicks."
  • Thinking he's hallucinating while observing the remote's powers, Michael surmises that mass quantities of cough syrup and snack food means "You get acid."
  • We hear that Ammer's vacation has to be canceled as his wife is off to rehab again.
  • Reacting to the way Michael is acting, young Samantha asks, "Did you smoke crack Daddy?"
  • Some Japanese men have sake and then drinks. Michael then changes their language option so that he can hear them and one comments about going out and having Jell-O shots. Later, Michael brings that up as something they should be doing and that they'd continue until one of them "pukes up a lung."
  • We see a flashback to an early date for Michael and Donna where he has a beer by him.
  • Michael smokes a cigar as the bratty neighbor kid comes over. When the boy's mother comes outside, Michael says he caught the boy with the cigar and that he smells marijuana with it (all to get the boy in trouble).
  • People have a champagne toast at work.
  • In the future, Donna hears Michael sounding crazy and says that she thought they weaned him off the morphine.
  • People hold glasses of champagne at a wedding.
  • After Michael barges into their bedroom at night, happy to be alive, his mom tells him to "stay off the bong pipe."
  • BLOOD/GORE
  • Crude humor includes the following:
  • A running gag has Michael's personal assistant always asking him for permission to go to the bathroom and then scurrying off to do so when he says yes and reminds her that she doesn't have to keep asking.
  • When the family dog barks a lot, Michael asks him, "You gotta go poopy again?"
  • Michael hits the fast forward button when the family dog has to do his business. We then see the dog zip around, squat, defecate (we see the excrement) and fart, all in a second or two.
  • Michael jokes about doing Jell-O shots until another guy "pukes up a lung."
  • Mad at Ammer for not giving him a promotion, Michael freezes him and then gets up on his desk, places his clothed butt in Ammer's frozen face and farts several times. When he unfreezes his boss, Ammer complains, "I taste sh*t" and then yells to an assistant asking her if she put "sh*t" in his lunch.
  • In the future, and having lost lots of weight that he gained, Michael shows that he has a huge flap of loose skin left over (and he flips and flops it around his belly).
  • DISRESPECTFUL/BAD ATTITUDE
  • Michael is often testy toward others (including his family), partially due to being overworked (and he puts work before his family, although he says he's doing that to provide for them).
  • The next-door neighbor boy is highly competitive and is always trying to put down Michael and Ben.
  • Some viewers may be offended by comedic stereotypes of Arabian and Japanese people (including a joke about the latter -- "These guys are Japanese -- they can't wait for their fish to cook").
  • When Michael mistakes a kid in a swim meet for Ben, the boy says, "You're not my dad." Michael jokingly replies, "As far as you know" (making him cry).
  • Some kids keep setting off firecrackers at a family event in a park, thus angering Michael who then scales a fence and chases after them (played for comedy).
  • After Morty gives Michael the remote for free, Michael asks what's the catch and then wonders if Morty wants him to take his shirt off, adding that he doesn't "play for that team."
  • Janine greets Michael by saying, "You're looking very crappy today."
  • We hear that Janine has cheated on the men in her life by sleeping with their brothers. Michael thus refers to her as a horn dog and reminds her of her sexual addiction.
  • Michael purposefully drives over the neighbor boy's robotic dog in his car, crushing the toy.
  • The neighbor kid makes fun of Ben while playing catch with him (for not being able to catch the ball). Michael then freezes time, adjusts the boy's hand and glove, and then restarts time, causing the ball to hit the boy in the face and knock him to the ground.
  • We see a comedy-based montage of the women Michael has been with, starting with one girl seemingly reclining back in the backseat of a car, while another girl is shown as having incredibly hairy underarms. Seeing the same thing, Morty asks if that's a man or woman and then asks, "What is this, Animal Planet?"
  • Ammer addresses his workers, giving a somewhat disingenuous speech about sexual harassment (a slide behind him shows a man starring at a woman's clothed butt as she's bent over). Moments later, he mentions homosexual harassment and another slide shows a shirtless man behind a clothed man (standing, presumably nothing sexual occurring). During this presentation, he also mentions "the office slut" and points out one woman who smiles back at him.
  • Self-absorbed, Ammer insults some Japanese businessmen by thinking that two baseball players they mentioned are names of Japanese food.
  • Ammer doesn't care about Michael's family life and is constantly making him work long hours.
  • Mad at Ammer for not giving him a promotion, Michael freezes him and then proceeds to slap, backhand and slap Ammer's face again. After unfreezing him, he freezes him again, gets up on his desk, place his clothed butt in Ammer's frozen face and farts several times.
  • Michael has a bad attitude toward his kids while critiquing their architectural drawings (that he earlier asked for), causing his daughter to run away crying.
  • Now involved with Janine, Ammer mentions an incident in the past involving her and his brother.
  • Ammer mentions a guy killing himself and thus leaving Michael in line for a promotion (played as comedy, but we don't see anything related to the act). Some viewers might not like the reference.
  • Michael rewinds his life back to the last moment where he saw his elderly father and sees his former self blow off the father (being too busy and self-absorbed).
  • Morty again tells Michael, "Your wife's body still drives me crazy."
  • FRIGHTENING SCENES
  • Having skipped through time, Michael learns that the family dog has died (this could be upsetting for anyone who's recently lost a pet).
  • In the future, a doctor comes at Michael with a huge needle to sedate him, but Michael causes that needle to inject the doctor (after distracting him). This is played as comedy, but those afraid of needles might not like the sight.
  • GUNS/WEAPONS
  • None, but Michael makes the hand gesture for shooting oneself in the head with a gun.
  • IMITATIVE BEHAVIOR
  • Phrases: An incomplete "Holy motherf..." "F*ck yeah," "That blue piece of sh*t," "You piece of sh*t," "Are you sh*tting me?" "Oh sh*t," "Seen a lot of sh*t," "Kevin is gonna sh*t himself," "Scared the sh*t out of me," "I taste sh*t," "The humpy bumpy" (or something like that, referring to a dog humping a stuffed animal), "You're a horn dog," "Is this porn or something?" "That's a tiny schmeckel," "I love you, you love me, the jogger had giant boobies," "The office slut," "Cut my own d*ck off," "I'm so horny now," "She's doing your brother now you big-headed buffoon," "It's turning me on," "Is this a stick-up?" (said about a remote in Michael's pants looking like an erection), "The boob tube" (TV), "Well, whoopty-do," "Blows," "Moron," "An Arabian hootchie house," "Hell yes," "These guys are Japanese -- they can't wait for their fish to cook," "You're not my dad (said by a kid, followed by Michael jokingly responding, "As far as you know"), "He was doing the shut up," "Scared the crap out of me," "You son of a bitch," "I kicked your father's ass in high school and now I'm going to kick yours," "I'm working my ass off," "Chicks," "Not so damn complicated," "Sounds sweet," "Can bite it hard," "I'm about to rock your world" (nonsexual), "I don't play for that team" (meaning Michael is not gay), "Freaking," "Idiots," "Whatever the hell we want," "You gotta go poopy again?" "Sniffy long (or lawn) droppings," "I'd freak out too," "You're looking very crappy today," "I'm an idiot," "Screw it up," "You suck so bad," "I was a jerk," "Schlub like you," "You're gonna freeze your bon-bons off," "Morons," "Until this guy pukes up a lung," "Egghead," "Don't be a baby," "Life is not about being creative, it's about kissing ass," "Jeez," "Get your ass in this house right now," "(You) Bastard," "You freakish gremlin," "Frickin,'" "G*ddamn you're right," "The SS Fat Ass," "Speedo torpedo," "Whatever the hell I want," "A little loopy," "You're a schmuck," "I'm down for that," "You're pathetic" and "Honey, stay off the bong pipe."
  • Donna wears a midriff-revealing top.
  • While sick, Michael drinks a lot of cough medicine straight from the bottle.
  • Michael makes the hand gesture for shooting oneself in the head with a gun.
  • Reacting to being around Ammer, a Japanese businessman says he'd rather take a sword and "cut off my own d*ck."
  • Mad at Ammer for not giving him a promotion, Michael freezes him and then gets up on his desk, places his clothed butt in Ammer's frozen face and farts several times.
  • In a flashback, Janine (in punker attire in a bar) says, "I'm so horny now"
  • Michael smokes a cigar as the bratty neighbor kid comes over. When the boy's mother comes outside, Michael says he caught the boy with the cigar and that he smells marijuana with it (all to get the boy in trouble).
  • After jokingly being told she's old, an old lady flicks her hand under her chin and makes the "f-you" gesture with her hand and arm back at Michael.
  • Michael gives "the finger" to Bill as a joke.
  • JUMP SCENES
  • None.
  • MUSIC (SCARY/TENSE)
  • A little bit of suspenseful music plays in the film.
  • MUSIC (INAPPROPRIATE)
  • None.
  • PROFANITY
  • At least 1 "f" word (with another incomplete one), 10 "s" words, 3 slang terms for sex ("do it," "doing" and what sounded like "humpy bumpy"), 3 for male genitals ("schmeckel" and "d*ck" with another possible one of the latter), 5 for breasts ("t*tties" and variations of "boob"), 10 asses, 7 hells, 3 variations of crap, 3 damns, 1 S.O.B., 7 uses of "Oh my God," 3 of "God," 2 each of "G-damn," "My God" and "Oh God" and 1 use of "Jesus."
  • SEX/NUDITY
  • On various occasions, we see the family's male dog humping a large, stuffed duck toy (at one point, the kids see this and call it "wrestling"). That includes it doing so in fast forward motion, and while "seated" back in a chair with the toy on top of him.
  • An Arabian prince sees a model that Michael has created and keeps reiterating that he wants the bar to be longer. He also comments on a wet t-shirt contest, prompting Michael to half-jokingly ask how about "An Arabian hootchie house?"
  • A woman in Ammer's office shows cleavage.
  • When Michael mistakes a kid in a swim meet for Ben, the boy says, "You're not my dad." Michael jokingly replies, "As far as you know."
  • We see Bill at the pool in a very small and tight Speedo type bathing suit.
  • After Morty gives Michael the remote for free, Michael asks what's the catch and then wonders if Morty wants him to take his shirt off, adding that he doesn't "play for that team."
  • We see Donna in a tight tank top and very small boxer shorts (presumably her sleeping attire).
  • Michael tells the family dog, "Why don't you do the humpy bumpy (or something sounding like that) on the duck" (meaning the stuffed toy).
  • Janine shows cleavage and then adjusts her clothed chest while referencing it and saying all of the guys at the gym will be hitting on her.
  • We hear that Janine has cheated on the men in her life by sleeping with their brothers. Michael thus refers to her as a horn dog and reminds her of her sexual addiction.
  • Michael accesses the "Making of" portion of the remote's menu. We then see him and Morty in his parents' bedroom in the past when he's being conceived. Not realizing who's under the covers where they see movement, hear giggling and the woman say, "That's the spot," Michael jokingly wonders, "Is this porn or something." Once he realizes where they are, they zip away, but end up in a pitch black area where light starts to pour through a slit that's being spread open, showing a doctor on the other side. Michael is grossed out and exclaims, "We're in my mother's vagina?" He and Morty then see Michael as a newborn, where the doctors think he's a girl, but then rethink that as they comment that they think they see a penis, with his mom commenting on him having a "tiny schmeckel."
  • We see a flashback to young Ted playfully commenting on keeping warm in a tent with his wife and they playfully kiss.
  • Ammer has two buxom women sitting across from each other on his desk, showing lots of leg and cleavage, and looking sexy.
  • Somewhat as a joke but also revenge, Michael tells Ammer that he has a woman for him (Janine) and adds "She'll eat you up" (with Ammer liking the suggestive sound of that).
  • Referencing the above comment from his birth, Michael says that now that he's an adult, his "schmeckel" has gotten bigger (with his mom joking that it couldn't have gotten any smaller). She then jokes about it being the size of a Tic-Tac, with him snidely offering to freshen her breath (meaning with it).
  • Holding the stuffed rabbit toy with a hole in its backside, Donna says she has to fix the bunny's "butt hole" (meaning that it's been caused by the family dog humping it).
  • Michael kisses Donna in bed, but she says they can't due to others possibly hearing them, but he says he'll be quiet (or quick). He then asks why they just can't "do it," adding that he doesn't have any new moves. She playfully replies that she likes the old ones, but then says she can be the (family) dog and that Michael can be the toy bunny (that the dog humps). We then see the sideways silhouette of them having sex in fast forward motion (his hips rapidly going up and down, but no details) and he's satisfied afterwards, but she isn't (due to the quickness of the act, which is commented on).
  • Morty tells Michael that he thinks Donna has a "tight, rocking body."
  • We see a comedy-based montage of the women Michael has been with in the past, starting with one girl seemingly reclining in the backseat of a car, while another girl is shown as having incredibly hairy underarms. Seeing the same thing, Morty asks if that's a man or woman and then adds, "What is this, Animal Planet?"
  • We see a close-up view (Michael's POV) of a buxom woman's chest bouncing up and down as she jogs (complete with exaggerated, accompanying bouncy sound effects). Moments later, while changing his skin color with the remote (and now being purple), he ad-libs the popular Barney song: "I love you, you love me, the jogger had giant boobies."
  • Ammer addresses his workers, giving a somewhat disingenuous speech about sexual harassment (a slide behind him shows a man starring at a woman's clothed butt as she's bent over). Moments later, he mentions homosexual harassment and another slide shows a shirtless man behind a clothed man (standing, presumably nothing sexual occurring). During this presentation, he also mentions "the office slut" and points out one woman who smiles back at him.
  • Upon hearing he got a promotion, Donna jumps up on Michael (who's standing), wrapping her legs around him (in her boxer shorts).
  • In a flashback, Janine (in punker attire in a bar) says, "I'm so horny now"
  • In a flashback, Michael and Donna passionately kiss.
  • About Janine, Michael tells Ammer, "She's doing your brother right now."
  • We see miscellaneous cleavage.
  • Now involved with Janine, Ammer mentions an incident in the past involving her and his brother.
  • Having skipped through time, Michael learns that the family dog has died. He then gets choked up, saying that the dog tried to hump his leg, that he didn't let him and that he should have.
  • Having skipped through time, Michael sees that they have a new dog and we then see it humping the same stuffed duck toy. Michael then jokes that it didn't take the duck long to get over Sundance (the former dog). Seeing that, Donna says it's turning her on and a comment is made about a kiss leading to something else and then three minutes being gone. We then see a fast-forwarded, sideways silhouette view of Michael having sex on top of Donna (no details, but obvious movement), with the joke being that the dog then rushes up and starts humping on Michael's butt before he shoos him away. Afterwards, Donna is upset about the quick sex again. Michael's life narrator then says that Michael again left Donna in bed confused and unsatisfied.
  • Bemoaning having skipped through time, Michael tells Morty that he likes sex, adding that it feels good. Morty says Michael missed one year of it, saying that's a lot of sex but then adding it's about 30 minutes for Michael.
  • After Michael has tried to destroy the remote, Morty jokes if this is a stick-up or if Michael is just happy to see him. We then see a straight-out erection type shape from the front of Michael's pants (it's the remote in there). Michael then says he's going to strip, but Morty warns him not to as there's only one place left for the remote to stick out from. Later, when Michael has gotten rid of the remote, he checks various places on his body, including patting his clothed crotch.
  • Having skipped through time, Michael discovers himself to be an obese, shirtless person and he comments on his own "t*tties." Later, and seeing Samantha all grown up, Michael asks when she got "boobs" and she replies the same time he did.
  • In the future, a radio announcer mentions that Michael Jackson cloned himself and is thus suing for molesting himself.
  • Having skipped through time, Michael finds his daughter grown up and wearing very small shorts and a cleavage-revealing top.
  • Having skipped through time, Michael sees a photo of his now adult son and a pretty woman sporting cleavage who he refers to as being "chesty." His son then tells him that it's Samantha (Michael's now adult daughter).
  • As a practical joke, Michael freezes everyone at a wedding and pulls down Bill's pants, revealing him in some small and tight briefs (or possibly a Speedo type bathing suit).
  • Michael's now teenage daughter shows cleavage and Michael tells her to cover "them" up.
  • After Michael barges into their bedroom at night, and then leaves, Ted tells his wife that he's now up and "what do you think?" (meaning he's asking if she wants to have sex). She then says if he massages her first, prompting him to reply, "Okay, let's go to sleep."
  • We see Donna in some small boxers.
  • Michael announces that he got the family dog a girl dog and we see the bulldog strut in, but then it and Sundance both hump the toy duck together (and Michael realizes the pet store lied to him about the dog's sex).
  • After a comment is made about "make sure she's fully satisfied," Donna is ready for sex, saying she'll change into her Pocahontas costume and Michael says he'll bring the (stuffed toy) duck.
  • Morty again tells Michael, "Your wife's body still drives me crazy."
  • SMOKING
  • Michael smokes cigars at least twice.
  • TENSE FAMILY SCENES
  • Michael's constant working puts a strain on his marriage as well as his relationship with his young kids.
  • Young Samantha interrupts Michael by asking how long he's going to live. Needing a moment to work, he replies "Just a minute," thus unintentionally scaring the girl until he reassures her.
  • Michael tells Donna that he's "working my ass off" trying to provide for the family.
  • When Donna complains about how much time Michael spends working, he replies by saying that he doesn't drink or chase "chicks."
  • Donna is upset with Michael again.
  • Having skipped through time, Michael discovers that Donna divorced him and is now with Bill.
  • Having skipped through time, Michael learns that his father has died of old age. Michael then rewinds his life back to the last moment where he saw his elderly father and sees his former self blow-off the father (being too busy and self-absorbed to care).
  • Spoiler Alert: In the future, Michael's family worries about him in the hospital and then see him die before them out in the parking lot (with Morty there as an angel of death telling him it's his time).
  • TOPICS TO TALK ABOUT
  • People (and parents) who work so much and so hard that life ends up passing them by.
  • We hear that Ted is diabetic.
  • Michael's comment that he's tired of his life.
  • What you'd do if you had a remote that could control aspects of your life.
  • We hear that Ammer's vacation has to be canceled as his wife is off to rehab again.
  • Michael's comment that life is not about being creative, but rather about "kissing ass."
  • Michael's comment that all they ever do is "get through it" (meaning life).
  • A joke is made about Michael's assistant having had a sex change operation and now being a guy.
  • Ammer mentions a guy killing himself and thus leaving Michael in line for a promotion (played as comedy, but we don't see anything related to the act). Some viewers might not like the reference.
  • Having skipped through time, Michael learns that he had both cancer and a heart attack.
  • The comment that you're born, you live and then you die.
  • Spoiler Alert: We learn that Morty is really an angel of death (but beyond that, nothing about him is scary).
  • VIOLENCE
  • All of the following is played for laughs.
  • A helicopter toy takes off and smacks Michael on the head.
  • Michael purposefully drives over the neighbor boy's robotic dog in his car, crushing the toy.
  • The neighbor kid makes fun of Ben while playing catch with him (for not being able to catch the ball). Michael then freezes time, adjusts the boy's hand and glove, and then restarts time, causing the ball to hit the boy in the face and knock him to the ground.
  • Mad at Ammer for not giving him a promotion, Michael freezes him and then proceeds to slap, backhand and slap Ammer's face again.
  • A neighbor mother grabs her son by the hair to get him inside while mad at him.
  • Morty surprises Michael in the latter's kitchen, causing Michael to fall backwards onto the kitchen table that collapses below him.
  • Trying to destroy the remote, Michael stomps down on it, but it comes back whole.
  • Having skipped through time, Michael discovers that Donna divorced him and is now with Bill. Michael then tries choking Bill, but is interrupted by Morty. Before unfreezing Bill, Michael repeatedly kicks him quite hard in the crotch, causing him to double over in pain when the pause is taken off him.
  • A dog jumps on Michael, causing him to fall backwards and hit his head.
  • Michael tries to tackle Morty, but the latter simply vanishes and Michael lands hard on the ground.



  • Reviewed June 20, 2006 / Posted June 23, 2006

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