Anna van Ravenstein, Stephen Burrows, Pat Cleveland and Paul van Ravenstein - Pratt Institute's 115th annual student fashion show - Afterparty held at The High Line Hotel. - New York City, United States - Thursday 1st May 2014
Seriously, Chump Change follows Burrows' real-life adventures in Hollywood. A Wisconsin doughboy, Burrows stars in a jock itch commercial, but can't get any more work in L.A. Eventually he gets into a feud over an outburst on Wheel of Fortune, which culminates in his becoming a minor celebrity even while he has dropped out by returning to Wisconsin. Burrows encounters a cast of kooky characters -- from cliched brain-dead agents to milk-fed local girls in cow country (most memorable among them are Tim Matheson as Burrows' primary contact in L.A. and Traci Lords as his galpal back home). From one random encounter to another, Burrows celebrates his up-and-coming success as a comedy screenwriter, while making gentle fun of his quaint home town (in other words, prepare for lots of drive-by shots of Milwaukee hot dog stands).
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Chris Pratt loved having Kurt Russell as his on-screen dad so much he asked him to take it on as a permanent role.