Tommy Boy is a 1995 road comedy film directed by Peter Segal, written by Bonnie and Terry Turner, and Fred Wolf. It stars former Saturday Night Live colleagues David Spade and Chris Farley, in the title role, and tells the story of a socially and emotionally immature man who learns lessons about friendship and self-worth following the sudden death of his industrialist father. The film did well commercially, but received mixed reviews from...
Tommy tries to cheer Richard up by putting on Richard's coat.
Richard picks out Tommy's baggage.
Tommy is surprised that he finally gets his dad's famous butcher's ass quote
Paul refuses to help Tommy get the mud off of his face until he cleans his ex...
Paul asks Tommy if he ever ate paint chips as a kid.
Richard talks about his car.
Richard yells at Tommy for eating M&Ms in his car while driving to the factor...
Tommy tells Richard where his face hurts.
Tommy sings while Paul washes cow manure off of him with a hose at a gas stat...
Tommy has accidentally spilled M & Ms in Richard's car.
Richard hopes that Tommy quits while he's ahead and moves onto the next sales...
Tommy tells the waitress why he's bad at sales.
The Gas attendant is upset because Richard can't understand why Davenport isn...
Richard catches Tommy playing with his fan.
Tommy tells Michelle that he has a little weight problem.
Richard is trying to get Tommy to view Zalinsky as an enemy and rival and not...
Tommy thanks Hellen for getting him some wings.
Tommy meets Michelle and finds out about her brother.
Tommy plays with some cars in order to show someone how their brake pads work.
Big Tom asks the bank for a loan to expand their plant.
Ted Reilly embarrases himself on video at Big Tom's wedding. He accidentally ...
Tommy explains Guarantees to an auto parts store owner.
Richard talks to Tommy about what will happen to the town.
Richard doubts that he can help Tommy sell.