It's the far east against the deep south; strict, traditional, Korean customs versus a backwards, country way of life.In the end, Travis must find a way to make the two families peacefully co-exist long enough for him to propose to the woman he loves.At the time there were only a handful of channels, and a very limited program selection.Since there were less TV show options, more people were watching the same shows and experiencing the same cultural phenomenons at the same time.
Travis and Courtney portray love interests who struggle to hold on to their relationship all while their two families wage war in an explosion of hilarity.
The Fortnightly Literary Club is Indianapolis based club for women, established in 1885, with the object of writing and presenting literary papers and encouraging improvement of the literary skills of local students.
There is no record of how the name “Fortnightly” was selected, but it first appears in the minutes of the October 27, 1885, meeting, and on the printed program for that year.
Though Cruella's basic appearance inherited several visual traits from Dodie Smith's original novel - her half black, half white hair; her black dress; and her enormous mink coat, which swings about her like a cloak - the character's design in the film was developed by Bill Peet, Ken Anderson, and Marc Davis.
This version of the character was also completely skeletal, and smoked constantly, leaving a trail of green, foul-smelling cigarette smoke wherever she went.
It has been suggested that it might have been the result of a timely quote, “We fetch fire and water, run about all day among the shops and markets, and are the victims of these details, and once in a fortnight arrive at a rational moment.” As the club met bi-weekly at that time, the name seemed appropriate. 9th grade winner, Jenna Krathwohl, “Cornfields;” 10th grade winner Olivia Mc Guire, “Beyond the Cornfields;” 11th grade winner, Billiana Marcheva, “Humanity;” and 12th grade winner Abigail Vanost, “My Global Home.” The Fortnightly Literary Club sponsors an annual essay contest for students attending Herron High School in Indianapolis.