Drop Dead Fred
Release: April 19, 1991

Lots of kids have imaginary friends, but what if yours came back after you'd grown up? Elizabeth is struggling with her straying husband and overbearing mother when she comes across the old jack-in-the-box where her old friend was sealed by her mother. Freeing Fred, she is forced to come to grips with the reality of her own immaturity through his antics. Insane, crude, and poorly dressed, Fred is the childlike maniac in all of us. However, even imaginary friends have to grow up sometime. . .

Fred: "Hello, Jemimah! Hello, Angelique! You're going to die!"
Micky: "Ok why did you do that?"
Lizzy: "To get the waiter's attention"
Drop Dead Fred: "Dog poo dog poo yucky yucky dog poo, all on side all on there yucky yucky smelly dog poo!"
Drop Dead Fred: "It's the mega bitch!"
Drop Dead Fred: "It Takes more than a firetruck to stop Drop Dead Fred!! -Drop Dead Fred"
FRED: "..breaking a window requires much sophisticatedliness....so I'd better do it -FRED"
FRED: "I'm the pirate that doesn't touch anything...except for this button right here -FRED"
Fred: "Hold on, hold on that's now how the pigeons do it. You're supposed to stamp on her head and peck her -Fred"
Fred: "Well why don't we harpoon Charles straight through the head, drag him back to the apartment, and hit him with a hammer until he agrees to come back? -Fred"
Fred: "Cobwebs -Fred"
Drop Dead Fred: "I just love those breaking noises! -Drop Dead Fred"
Drop Dead Fred: "Oh, no! Gladiolas! -Drop Dead Fred"
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