Unquestionably the best scene here is the John Waters-ish closer, starring grandma Kathy Jones. Kathy's constipated, and, to her horror, finds she's out of prune juice. It's the "Prune Brothers" (Earl Slate and Tom Chapman) to the rescue; they show up armed with many bottles of the brown liquid and douse her with it repeatedly before they d.p. her. So much for growing old with dignity. The look on Slate's face as the woman screams maniacally about her impacted bowels is worth a half-A in itself.
Almost as classic is obese Tree Sweet (who sports a prominent tattoo of two pigs mating, accompanied by the legend "Makin' Bacon"); she craves red meat, and envisions Chapman running romantically across the lawn toward her, clad only in a hot dog costume. She finally finds what she needs in his willing pickle. Elsewhere, it's enormous Baby Burger's birthday, but he's not happy, even though he's sporting the latest in infantilistic chic. Miniature party guest Bridget Powerz tries to distract him by fucking scary clown Bruno on a table as psycho-calliope music blares, but Burger just won't stop wailing. The midget theme continues as Candy Apples hits tricycle-riding Napoleon with her car and has to fuck him to make it up to him.