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Arguably the least successful of the many feature film spin-offs of Saturday Night Live television sketch characters, this comedy barely won a quick theatrical release. Julia Sweeney stars as the titular Pat Riley, an obnoxious, drooling nerd of mind-boggling androgyny. Pat is also a bit of a klutz, which leads to his/her dismissal from a range of workplaces, including a sushi bar and the United States Postal Service. As a next door neighbor, Kyle (Charles Rocket), becomes obsessed with distinguishing Pat's gender, even to the point of seducing Pat and stealing his/her diary, things begin looking up for the plucky hero/heroine. Pat meets a significant other, the equally sexless "Chris" (Dave Foley), gets engaged, and wins fame and success as a frank radio talk-show host. The real-life rock band Ween also plays a significant role in Pat's misadventures, casting him/her in a rock video after catching Pat's cringe-inducing musical performance on the TV show "America's Creepiest People." Despite a rumored rewrite of the script by Sweeney's hip longtime friend Quentin Tarantino, the film was considered one of the year's biggest turkeys. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi

Cast

Julia Sweeney
as Pat
Dave Foley
as Chris
Charles Rocket
as Kyle
Kathy Griffin
as Kathy
Tim Stack
as Doctor
Mary Scheer
as Nurse
Beverly Leech
as Mrs. Riley
Larry Hankin
as Postal Supervisor
Kathy Najimy
as Tippy
Arleen Sorkin
as Herself
Camille Paglia
as Herself
Tim Meadows
as Station Manager
Carol Lewis
Harvey Keitel

Crew

Adam Bernstein
Director
Charles B. Wessler
Producer
Teri Schwartz
Producer
Julia Sweeney
Screenwriter
Jim Emerson
Screenwriter
Stephen Hibbert
Screenwriter
Mark Mothersbaugh
Composer (Music Score)
Michelle Minch
Production Designer
Mark Worthington
Art Director
Richard S. Wright
Co-producer
Cyrus Yavneh
Co-producer
Philip E. Thomas
Associate Producer
Beth Desort
Set Designer
Tom Bronson
Costume Designer
Russell Williams II
Sound/Sound Designer
Carol Lewis
Casting
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