Steve Martin comedy triple bill. In 'Sgt Bilko' (1996), an enclave of the US military base Fort Baxter is forever Las Vegas, with Sgt Ernie Bilko (Martin) presiding over a ragbag troop of soldiers more adept at loading dice than guns. The hardline Major Thorn (Phil Hartman) has had run-ins with Bilko before, and when he takes charge of the camp he is determined to put an end to the inveterate gambler's extra-curricular scams. In 'Housesitter' (1992), architect Newton Davis (Martin) designs and builds a dream house for himself and his childhood sweetheart - but she turns down his proposal of marriage. Devastated, he gets drunk and falls into bed with waitress Gwen (Goldie Hawn), who also happens to be a compulsive liar. Having put the house on the market, Newton returns home to find his one-night-stand well and truly ensconced, posing as his wife and charming his friends and family... Finally, 'Roxanne' (1987) is a comic update of the 'Cyrano de Bergerac' story. Martin plays C.D. Bales, a sensitive, articulate fireman with an unusually long nose. He falls for newly-arrived beautiful astronomer Roxanne (Darryl Hannah) but, feeling himself unworthy of her love, resigns himself to securing her affections for Chris (Rick Rossovich), a shy, stupid but better-looking fellow fireman.