|Jack and Jill|
|Show||Half in the Bag|
|Released||November 20, 2011|
|Running time||33:55 (Part 1)|
24:09 (Part 2)
|Reviews||Jack and Jill|
Rich Evans as Harry S. Plinkett
|Guests||Rich Evans as Harriet Plinkett|
|Crew||Edited by Jay Bauman and Mike Stoklasa|
Mike Stoklasa (Plinkett voice-over)
|Plinkett intro||"Why the f*ck are you watching this"|
|Preceded by||Half in the Bag: What’s Your Number and The Black Ninja|
|Followed by||Template:Icon-Plinkett New Mr. Plinkett review trailer|
Jack and Jill is a comedy film co-written, produced by and starring Adam Sandler and is the partial focus of the 21st episode of Half in the Bag. The review serves as the final episode of the first season of the webseries.
The duo toast Adam Sandler's illustrious career in a two-part autopsy. Delivering one of their most scathing and expository reviews to date, they delve into the sinister machinations behind critically-panned "theoretical comedy film", Jack and Jill.
A visibly-drunk Mike staggers his way into Mr. Plinkett's house with cases of beers in hand, reluctantly declaring that it's time to get back to "work". Aggrieved, Plinkett points out that it's been six months since they first started repairing the VCR. Eventually remembering this cover story, Mike assures Plinkett that Jay's coming along with the parts they need for the job.
To Plinkett's incredulity, Jay soon walks in with a couple of ornate beer steins. Ignoring their client, he and Mike cheerfully pour themsleves drinks, and propose a toast to Adam Sandler's career. However, when they clash mugs in valediction, the steins shatter into pieces, spraying booze everywhere.
- Rich Evans as Harriet Plinkett
- Due to the running time, both parts of the episodes were shortened and uploaded to YouTube.