Flunk 'em if they can't take a joke.
A college comedy film that could be described as Animal House
meets the clashing of right-wing and left-wing politics of The Nineties
Tom is a pre-freshman having a visit to Port Chester University before he attends it properly. Hilarity Ensues
as he manages to piss off half the campus, with his only safety between two groups, which themselves hate each other: The groups are Balls and Shaft, a right-wing fraternity that went underground, and The Pit, a group that just wants to goof around (and to get around the ban, it doesn't call itself a fraternity). Both groups were spun off from Psi Kappa Mu after fraternities were banned from the school in the late 1960s.
However, the fraternity has the allegiance of the left-wing school president, at least in the sense of both hating The Pit. And they have a good plan on getting rid of it.
This 1994 film starred Jeremy Piven as Droz and David Spade
as Rand, with a special appearance by George Clinton
Not to be confused with Pawtucket Credit Union
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