Junior returns in Problem Child 2 to provide audiences with the antics that could only be pulled off by a devious mind like his own. This time he has met his match, when his father Ben meets the woman of his dreams. Unfortunately, the woman has a child as problematic as Junior. They butt heads in a rivalry that gives Junior a run for his money throughout the film. Before meeting the woman of his fantasies, Ben must go through an onslaught of other females as he attempts to replace his first wife who left him in the first installment.
Both Junior and his rival Trixie decide that their parents would be the perfect match for each other and team up against the dreadful LaWanda Dumore, who Ben is set to marry. Problem Child 2 is full of chaotic experiences on both sides of the families, but the most terrible one has to be where junior films one of his babysitters making love with her boyfriend and broadcasts it for everyone to see. Moments such as this should indicate that parents use caution before allowing immature viewers to watch.
Will Junior succeed in his attempts to beat the bully at his new school, or will he finally be put in check? Will Trixie and Junior work well enough as a team in order to stop Ben from marrying the school nurse who has entrapped his affections and marital intent? Junior and Ben's new life in Mortville is full of surprises throughout Problem Child 2. In keeping with the original film, there are many guest appearances that tie the story lines together in an entertaining manner as well. Problem Child delivers full-throttle comedy and lives up to the original for those that find its brand of humor to their taste. Michael Oliver's performance as Junior has become a cult phenomenon for a reason!