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White Goodman

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Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (also known simply as Dodgeball) is a 2004 American sports comedy film written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber and starring Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller.

The plot follows a group of misfits entering a Las Vegas dodgeball tournament to save their cherished local gym from the onslaught of a corporate health fitness chain.

Peter LaFleur owns Average Joe's Gymnasium, a small, dilapidated gym with only a few members. When he defaults on the gym's mortgage, it is purchased by the cocky White Goodman, who owns Globo Gym across the street. Unless Peter can raise $50,000 in thirty days, Goodman will foreclose on Average Joe's and demolish it to build a new auxiliary parking structure for his members. Goodman attempts to seduce attorney Katherine "Kate" Veatch, who is handling his transaction; she is repulsed, but just cites conflict of interest (COI) to refuse his advances. Meanwhile, she becomes close to Peter while reviewing his financial records.

Average Joe's employees Dwight and Owen and members Steve (who believes he is a pirate), Justin, and Gordon try to raise the money needed to save the gym. After a car wash fails, Gordon suggests they all enter a dodgeball tournament in Las Vegas with a $50,000 prize. The team watches a 1950s-era training video narrated by dodgeball legend Patches O'Houlihan. Girl Scout Troop 417 soundly defeats them in a local qualifying match, but are disqualified due to one member's use of three separate types of anabolic steroids and a low-grade beaver tranquilizer, handing the win to Average Joe's by default.

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