In 2006, Paramount Pictures released a comedy called “Failure to Launch.” It starred Matthew McConaughey as a 30-something, single man who had all of the right qualifications for success, yet still lived at home with his mom and dad. Despite having money, good looks, all the right talents — everything — he had never left the nest. He was stuck at “Start.” His parents were so desperate to get him out of the house and on his own, they hatched a plan to light ...

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