Matthew McConaughey becomes the willing subject of a
24-hour all live TV show, with unpredictable results. Also with Woody Harrelson, Jenna
Elfman, Elizabeth Hurley, Dennis Hopper, Sally Kirkland, Viveka Davis, Ellen DeGeneres,
Rob Reiner and Martin Landau. [2:03]
SEX/NUDITY 4 - Sexual innuendo and discussions of sex and nudity;
there's also a description of a penile implant. A couple kiss passionately and fondle
each other; then they move to a table where they thrust against each other (they remain
clothed). A couple kiss tenderly and then passionately. A couple begin kissing in a car
and the man removes the woman's shirt (we only see her shoulders). A couple is also shown
kissing in bed, under sheets, exposing bare shoulders and a leg. A man wakes up with an
erection (we briefly see a bulge through his sweatpants) and he reaches into his pants and
rubs himself. Two shirtless men are shown a few times. A woman's naked buttocks and her
bare back are seen, a woman wears a very tight fitting sweater, a woman wears a revealing
evening gown and several women wear midriff-revealing tops.
VIOLENCE/GORE 2 - There's a really gross scene of a man clipping his
toenails in extreme close up. A woman is knocked to the floor by a large crowd and a man
gets knocked in the head with a football. A man falls on a cat. Two men nearly fight.
PROFANITY 5 - Three profane hand gestures (one is quite elaborate), about 10
scatological terms, 1 sexual term, a couple of dozen anatomical references, 2 remarks
about sexual performance, many mild obscenities and a few insults. [profanity glossary]
DISCUSSION TOPICS - Human nature, relationships, divorce, greed, TV and TV
ratings, infidelity, lying, loyalty.
MESSAGE - Family and love are more important than fame and fortune.
Paternity doesn't necessarily mean fatherhood.