In this melodrama, Marie and Pierre (Danielle Proulx and Marc Messier) are a comfortably middle-class couple who want the ultimate accessory: a baby. Their efforts to conceive naturally have been unsuccessful, so they decide to try using the newest artificial methods of conception. Unfortunately for them, the clinician they contact for help is also given to conducting unauthorized experiments on the human lifespan, cloning, etc. Eventually the fertilization effort is successful, and Marie has conceived quadruplets. The couple discusses this situation while driving, and are killed in an auto accident.
Jethro spins side-splitting yarns with a little help from Denzil Pemberthy including Olympic and dog-swallowing condoms, being hospitalised by a hoover and banned from a supermarket. Tastier than the finest cream tea and packed with more content than a Cornish pasty, fill your comedy boots with A Giant Portion of Jethro.
Akmal lives a simple life and works as a bill collector, where he faces many comic paradoxes during his work due to the high prices of bills in Egypt.
A fast food restaurant mini variant of Buzz forcibly switches places with the real Buzz and his friends have to deal with the obnoxious impostor.
FBI agent Malcolm Turner and his 17-year-old son, Trent, go undercover at an all-girls performing arts school after Trent witnesses a murder. Posing as Big Momma and Charmaine, they must find the murderer before he finds them.