Harold: Oh, nice. 16 Candles is on, man.
Kumar: And the award for the least heterosexual statement ever made in this apartment goes to... Harold Lee! Come on down, man! Take a bow!
Harold: Shut up, man. It's a classic.
When Harold is cut off by the orange bronco, the man inside screams "better luck tomorrow," a movie John Cho starred in 2002. See more...
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Revealing: After they almost drive the Xtreme truck off of the cliff, Kumar gives a speech on their ancestors. He appears to be standing too far in front of the vehicle, which is partially over the cliff. In some shots in the same scene we see him standing on a short outcropping, but the angle of him to the vehicle doesn't match with the earlier shots.
Continuity: Harold's Toyota Camry changes between shots a few different times in the movie. In the beginning and for the majority of the movie, the Camry is one of the more expensive trim levels with alloy rims. During some of the shots, it switches back and forth from this to a base model Camry with wheel covers. One of the times this happens is when they are wrestling with the raccoon.
Continuity: As we see Harold and Kumar in the car we see a close up shot of Harold on his laptop. We also see a USB wire in the side USB port to which is attached a small light set off to the left of the screen. In one of the wide shots this light can be seen, but in all the others it has disappeared.