Starring: Melissa McCarthy, Molly Gordon, Gillian Jacobs, Maya Rudolph, Julie Bowen, Matt Walsh, Debby Ryan, Stephen Root, Jacki Weaver
Comedy directed and co-written by Ben Falcone, the story follows dedicated housewife, Deanna (Melissa McCarthy), who when she’s suddenly by her husband, Dan (Matt Walsh), turns regret into re-set by going back to college. Winding up at the same school as her daughter , Maddie (Molly Gordon), Deanna plunges headlong into the campus experience, embracing the fun, the freedom and the frat boys on her own terms, finding her true self in a senior year no one ever expected.
Mediator: Hello, all. This mediation is here to help facilitate your divorce. You will all be civilized and you will please address all speech to me.
Deanna: To you.
Woman: So even if we wanted to talk to one another we can’t. I mean if I wanted to say, “Deana, I am going to have a beautiful life with your husband, Deanna.”
Deanna: I can’t believe you brought her.
Dan: I can’t believe you brought Christine.
Christine: I can’t believe you shacked up with a bitch.
Dan: I just want to say for the record, I just needed an upgrade in my life, Deanna.
Deanna: You son of a bi…
Mediator: To me please.
Deanna: I’m sorry.
[turns to the mediator]
Deanna: You son of a bitch.
Dan: You’re the son of a bitch.
Deanna: You’re the son of a bitch!
Christine: I am jacked!
Deanna: Twenty-three years of marriage is down the tube.
Deanna: What am I going to do? I’m a forty-something year-old woman that doesn’t even have her degree. Oh, my God. I know what I’m going to do.
Deanna: [to Maddie] I don’t regret staying at home and being your mom, but I regret not getting my degree.
Deanna: That’s why somebody’s mom just enrolled in college.
[pointing to herself]
Deanna: Beep. Beep. Beep. It’s me. I’m referring to myself. I’ll see you around the quad.
Maddie: Nobody says that, mom.
Deanna: Well I’ll bring it back.
Deanna: I want the whole experience.
Deanna: There goes the neighborhood, huh.
Amanda: I think those guys just checked you out.
Deanna: They’re just looking at my smock, it tends to catch the light.
Jennifer: Oh, hell, no! I don’t know what’s better, the mom perm or the mom boobs.
Deanna: These allowed this one…
[pointing to Maddie]
Deanna: …. to suckle at these tits for twenty-eight months. I wear them around my waist proudly.
Maddie: Mom. We’ve talked about this, mom. This isn’t the time.
Maddie: Mom, you’re a college girl now, and we got to make some changes.
[as Maddie goes to brush her hair, Deanna stops her]
Deanna: No, we don’t know where that’s been. Oh, God. That’s a lot of hair.
Maddie: Come on, let me at it.
Deanna: No! Oh, God, no!
[looking in the mirror after Maddie has straighten her hair]
Deanna: “What are you, twenty?”
Deanna: No, twenty-one.
Helen: [to Maddie] I love your mom.
[talking on the phone]
Christine: You had sex in the library! Frank!
Deanna: No, don’t tell Frank.
Christine: Deanna just had sex in a public place!
Christine: In the stacks!
Frank: In her slacks?
Christine: No, shut up, Frank.
Deanna: Uh-oh. I cannot stay out of this unbelievable chocolate.
College Kid: Well, you barfed so maybe I would probably hold off from having anymore. Just because, uh…
Deanna: What is it?
[she starts getting high]
Deanna: Oh, you have such pretty eyes.
Deanna: For twenty years I was worried about what I wasn’t doing right, what I could have been doing better. You have a moment here if you take it.
Maddie: Oh, my God. Mom!
Deanna: Don’t jump to conclusions, you don’t know what’s happening here.
Maddie: It looks like my mother is doing the walk of shame out of a frat house.
Deanna: Well, okay, yes. Technically that’s what’s happened. Let’s just go.
Deanna: You know what, I’m older, I’m wiser. This…
[pointing to her crotch]
Deanna: Essentially a Google. Ask me anything.
Maddie: Turn off your VGoogle.
Deanne: It can’t be turned off.
Maddie: Okay, I don’t like it. You’re scaring me.
Deanna: I think my VGoogle scared Jack last night.
Maddie: Oh, my God.
Deanna: But in a good way.
Deanna: Like when you intentionally go through a haunted house.
[as they see Dan and his new wife enter the restaurant]
Deanne: Oh, my God.
Christine: I did not know they were going to be here.
Deanne: What is on your lobe, Dan?
Dan: It’s an earring. It works for Harrison Ford.
Christine: Harrison Ford blew up the Death Star and freed a galaxy. What have you done, Dan?
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