"Spencer is a handful," says Brian. "He's a little kid who thinks big, and dreams big, and wants a lot of big things, and I try to deliver every time I can."
Spencer appears to be your typical shaggy haired, gum-chewing, skateboard riding, future burnout. "I like action movies, and video games, and all that big stuff," he tells the party planner. "And I wanted my Bar Mitzvah to be an action movie come to life."
Ah, but how can it be an action movie come to life? Spencer has some ideas: "Maybe doves can come out instead of confetti," he posits. And, "like, skydivers coming in with something in their parachute that says 'Mazel Tov.'" Perhaps a baseball team can make an appearance. ("Major league baseball players?" the party planner incredulously asks. "Yes, " Spencer replies.) "Y'know how football players come into the area through fog and mist?" he asks. "That's how I want to come in." His sister, Sophie, wants to arrive on an elephant.
"We did 50 for the mayor, the Pope got 500, so where's your party at?" asks the dove wrangler. "100," Brian replies. The family is incredulous, however, when told their dreams cannot come true — doves cannot be released indoors. "It's not even legal, I think," says the wrangler.