Hey, remember when Anna Nicole Smith was a thing, and people knew who Phil Donahue was? Well, watching this movie is a real time capsule back to that point in history. While the other movies in this franchise have a slightly more timeless feel to them, this one is fully embracing the era it was made. Basically the story picks up right where the last one left off, and the opening sequence itself is kind of hilarious, but its all downhill from there. The jokes lose all attempts at cleverness and subtlety. Instead they just bang you over your head with the humor. Of course, like any movie with Leslie Nielsen in the lead, and the Zucker brothers helping to write, it has select scenes or moments that are funny. I certainly didn't HATE the last chapter in this series, but it was pretty lazy and didn't have any spark of the spoof magic that I like to see in my Naked Gun movies. Even the story was terribly constructed, which shouldn't matter but it was kind of distracting when you watched it jump from one sequence to the next without any solid logic to that transition. The final straw was the 3rd act which fit the movie's subtitle "The Final Insult." It seems they tried to recreate the magic of the baseball scene in the first movie by having Frank go undercover at an event with a big audience and screw everything up. However it just isn't all that funny! This isn't even mentioning just how painful it is to watch Anna Nicole Smith attempt to act. Even though the movie makers didn't leave this franchise at 2 films, I'd highly recommend anyone who decides to watch them quit after the first 2 and forget this one exists. While it's not terrible, it's really not good enough to bother wasting your time.