The story of a pair of non-identical twin brothers, Lucien and Wayne, who live with their hygiene-crazed mother and their western/country-cr...更多>
Lucien Cramp: Sometimes nature is too natural for it's own good. Wayne: Go get mom. I may have brain damage. Lucien Cramp: A minor injury in your case. Wayne: Geyser! Geyser! Geyser! Wayne: I made Wendy gone. Agent X: Filthy boy. Wayne: Oh... You mean me. Wayne: I hate the future! I don't wanna invest in it! Mr. Winkle: Okay, naked people. Party's over, get out of my house. Wendy Winkle: We could be like Bonnie and Clyde. Or Attila the Hun and... Mrs Hun. Seth Parsons: I knew whittling would get me in trouble some day. Lucien Cramp: Guess what, I have psychic powers! Horace Cramp: That's nice, son. Tony Parsons: What are you cooking for dinner, mrs. Cramp? Dorothy Cramp: Pizza flakes, Tony. But they won't be ready utill you've washed and disinfected your hands Dirty Joe Muldoon: Hey Wayne, how do you spell rusty? Wayne: [annoyed] Like dusty with a 'ru' at the beginning. Dirty Joe Muldoon: Oh. [pause] Dirty Joe Muldoon: Hey Wayne. Wayne: What? Dirty Joe Muldoon: How do you spell dusty? Wayne: [reading Dirty Joes poem from the school paper] Junk is sweet and also sour I scavange heaps for hours and hours Rusty metal bent and dented For all this my life was vented Wayne: I don't want a suit! Wendy Winkle: No, Wayne, it's simple. A man gets a suit, a suit gets him a job, a job makes money. So a man can have all the candy he wants. Dorothy Cramp: Junk! Dirt! Rodeo Rita! Clown: Hey, what are you doing? Wayne: Ha! Made you talk! Made you talk! Clown: I hate you. Wayne: Naughty clown! Not supposed to speak. Bad clown! Littering is a crime! Clown get the sack, work in discount shop! Horace Cramp: Our own wayne, blowing up a whole swamp... I'm sick with joy. Lucien Cramp: My mom uses poison, my dad sells poison, and Wayne... Well Wayne is poison.