Double pack of family comedies. In 'Daddy Day Care' (2003), Charlie Hinton (Eddie Murphy) and Phil (Jeff Garlin) are fired for a disastrous advertising campaign, and they find themselves looking after their children whilst their partners go back to work. However, as they have had to cut-back, with Charlie taking his son out of an expensive day-care run by Ms Harridan (Anjelica Huston), they decide that since if it's what they do anyway, why not set up their own day-care centre. Despite the usual pitfalls that come with looking after other people's children, the centre becomes a success; but Ms Harridan is looking for revenge as their gain is her loss... In the sequel, 'Daddy Day Camp' (2007), Cuba Gooding Jr. takes over the role of Charlie Hinton from Eddie Murphy. It is four years after the original film was set and, low on money, Charlie comes up with an idea to open up a camp similar to the day care service he ran in the first movie. The stage is set for hyper kids and gross-out gags a-plenty. Along the way, Charlie must resolve problems with his father (Richard Gant) and show his son (Spencir Bridges) that he really loves him.