"All I need is a little spackling and some napalm to turn it into a really nice mausoleum."
Description - Chevy Chase as I. M. "Fletch" Fletcher, a Los Angeles reporter mouths disappointment when he first sees the condition of a dilapidated Louisiana home that he inherits in the motion picture Fletch Lives (1989).
When a distant relative (Aunt Belle) leaves Irwin Mahatma Fletch a mansion in her will, he moves South thinking he will be able to live in the lap of luxury. To his surprise, the building is a mess. As woman said "You aunt like to keep thng s in their natureal state." On top of that, soon after arriving, he sleeps with a woman who turns up dead the next day. And then there's the toxic waste that has been poured onto the property over the years.
Folks ain't home. Cross won't burn. Hell, it ain't like it used to be. - KKK Leader:
Note: In the film Beetlejuice (1988) Catharine O’Hara as Delia Deitz evaluates her new home and says, “A little gasoline...blowtorch...no problem.” Delia later tells her husband Charles (Jeffrey Jones), “I will live with you in this hellhole, but I must express myself. If you don’t let me gut out this house and make it my own, I will go insane and I will take you with me!”