||Rating: 8.0/10 (36,861 votes)
Stars:Â Bellamy Young, Brendan Hines, Columbus Short, Dan Bucatinsky, Darby Stanchfield
Runtime:Â 60Â min
Released:Â April 05, 2012
|Plot:Â Harold Pierce created a chip that is the basis for every cell phone thatâ€™s out there. His son, Skip, and ex-wife think the guyâ€™s had a psychotic break. Heâ€™s riding motorcycles through his mansion and keeping time with a much younger lady named Jenna. This is all happening a few days before his multi-billion dollar company is scheduled to have an IPO.Â HarrisonÂ takes the lead to help make sure the company goes public without incident. The plan is to gather evidence to prove Harold isnâ€™t in his right mind. This doesnâ€™t work out. The shrink sent in to evaluate Harold is escorted out of the mansion by his patient at gunpoint. Time for Plan B! The mansionâ€™s phone and Internet line are cut so Harold canâ€™t use social media to sabotage the IPO. As Harrison andÂ Abby babysit the home, Jenna serves them both chips and margaritas. Sheâ€™s a very accommodating gold digger. Harrison listens to Davidâ€™s desperate voicemail message to Abby while she sleeps. He feels guilty for sabotaging their relationship. As far as the case, things take a turn a doctor who is called to help treat a sick Harold turns out to be a minister. The house call was all a ruse so Harold could marry Jenna, who is now the only person legally authorized to have him committed. Well played, Harold. Well played. Harold and Jenna dance the night away inside the mansion while Harrison and Abby also sway to the music on the outside lawn. The next morning, Harold shoots Skip in the arm. Huck treats the wound inside the mansion to avoid the press. Harrison has a chat with Harold and Skip alone. He learns that everything thatâ€™s happening is a fatherâ€™s attempt to stop his son from spending an empty life building a pile of money. Harold is finally doing something that makes him happy. Skip assures his dad that what truly makes him content is working at his familyâ€™s company. These two ultimately decide to not go public with their empire.