A series of strenuously oddball vignettes masquerading as a movie, this Showtime production squanders a strong cast on a whole lotta wackiness that never actually adds up to much of anything. Hugo Duguay (Alyssa Milano) -- a tattooed, diabetic
virgin with a thriving, LA-based pool-cleaning business -- has to handle 44 jobs in one busy day, so she enlists the aid of her estranged parents. Antsy gangster Chick Ciccolini (Richard Lewis) wants his pool filled by 6:30 p.m. despite the inconvenient fact that there's a drought, so Hugo
dispatches dad Henry (Malcolm McDowell, affecting a peculiar, American tough-guy accent) -- a recovering sot who sometimes talks with a h...