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Adam Sandlers The Waterboy is a comedy about a water boy for a college football team who turned into a college football star The main character Bobby Boucher is a slow-witted man in his mid-late 20s He still lives with his overprotective mother in a Louisiana Bayou so his social skills are very lacking Another character is Henry Winkler who starred in Happy Days He plays another football coach and one of Bouchiers only friends The movie starts out with Boucher getting fired from his job as the waterboy of the football team He tries to get the job of water boy for his favorite wrestler Captain Insano but after failing this and many other attempts at finding a job he lands one with a smaller college football team While this team is the laughing stock of the community Boucher is made fun of at this school just as much as the other At the new school the main perpetrator is the quarterback who also tries to get everyone else to join in One day at practice Boucher was pushed too far During the middle of a play at practice the quarterback started making fun of Bobby With all the anger that had built up Boucher rushed in and viciously tackled him After seeing this the coach was completely amazed and offered Bobby a scholarship But this wasnt just some money to play ball this was the beginning of a whole new world The only problem was that Bobbys mother wanted to protect him from college and everything in the real world because she thought that everyone was the devil She wouldnt let her Bobby play foosball His coach and everyone else who cared about Bobby convinced him that what his mother didnnt know couldnt and wouldnt hurt her so after much debate he decided to go behind her back and play anyway Right away Bobby was a success He used all his
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