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Mark and Annie Ferris (Michael Richards, Julie Hagerty) arrive in London for tennis at Wimbledon. Two big problems: first they lose their tickets, and then Mark loses his composure when his back goes out. ("This is a three-weeker," he says, in paroxysms of agony, writhing on the floor. "This is traction. This is walking with a walker!") Will Dr. McMerlin (Paxton Whitehead) - the world's most sadistic chiropractor - be able to fix the pain? As they say in London . . . not bloody likely. Debra and Paul Dolby (Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jonathon Silverman) arrive in London for their honeymoon. Two big problems: Debra loses her luggage . . . and then she loses Paul, after the newlyweds have a"tiff." Sidney and Diana Nichols (Kelsey Grammer, Patricia Clarkson) come to London separately, for a reunion of sorts. She flies in from L.A. to promote her successful TV series; he flies in from Greece to ask his rich ex-wife for money. Two big problems: Sidney wants money not for himself, but for his lover, Max; and as for Diana, she's simply never gotten over the great love of her life, whom she hasn't seen since they divorced eight years ago. ("I'm still in love with him," she says of Sidney. "Not in a practical way; more in a longing sort of way.") Sharon (Madeline Kahn) and Lauren Semple, mother and daughter, come to London to shop 'til they drop. Sharon meets Dennis Cummings (Richard Mulligan). "The Snorting Scotsman," as he's called, has two big problems: he has a penchant for top-down Ferraris (riding in which wreaks havoc with Sharon's carefully-coiffed hair), and he has an unfortunate habit of making, well, noises . . . loud noises . . . when he laughs, which is often. What brings all these delicious characters with their sparkling dialogue together? And what do they have in common? Well, they're all staying in the world-famous, luxurious Grosvenor House hotel - and they spring from the brilliantly comic imagination of Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Neil Simon.