Double bill of US film comedies. In 'Bachelor Party' (1984), when bachelor, Rick (Tom Hanks), finally decides to marry Debbie (Tawny Kitaen), his friends decide that they should send him out with the party of a lifetime. Of course, it's not long before the craziness gets out of control, with a donkey snorting cocaine, women being chased like there were no tomorrows, and most worryingly of all, Debbie paying a disguised visit to make sure her prospective spouse is behaving himself. In 'Bachelor Part 2' (2008), when Ron (Josh Cooke) decides to marry his girlfriend of two months, his future brother-in-law, Todd (Warren Christie), doesn't take the news too well. Determined to expose Ron as a gold digger, Todd attempts to sabotage the relationship by getting Ron to cheat with a selection of beautiful women during his bachelor party. The more Ron stays true to his bride-to-be, the more outrageous Todd's methods become.