By Erin Strecker
October 03, 2012 at 09:10 PM EDT

Eurotrip this is not.

In an early lead for the most random on-screen pairing of the year (that we think is totally going to work), look no further than the trailer for The Guilt Trip, which stars Seth Rogen and Barbra Streisand — headlining her first movie since 1996’s The Mirror Has Two Faces — as a mother/son duo who take an awkward road trip together.

Directed by Anne Fletcher (The Proposal), Guilt Trip has Rogen’s character becoming concerned that his mom may be stuck in a rut, so he invites her to join him on a cross-country journey for his job. “8 Days. 3000 Miles” the trailer declares.  What could possibly go wrong? Everything, as you might expect.

Check out the trailer below to find out why you should never pick up hitchhikers, why tapas and topless are not the same thing, and a couple NSFW comments we definitely can’t print here:

The Guilt Trip will be released Dec. 25. Plan accordingly with your parents over the holidays.

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