This story, directed and cowritten by Joan Rivers, had been done before and somewhat better by Frenchman Jacques Demy in the 1973 film A SLIGHTLY PREGNANT MAN (also known as THE SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT EVENT SINCE MAN WALKED ON THE MOON). Rivers' film is a series of one-liners about Crystal,
who is engaged to Prather and becomes pregnant. Not her, him
. This, of course, makes him a very well-known person in the eyes of the world, to the dismay of his mother, Roberts, who is a parody of every Jewish mother ever seen in movies. Along the way, the film takes shots at Poles, physicians,
parenthood, motion pictures, religion (Fletcher portrays the Pope), politics (G...