Corrected entry: They make the point that Ted can't take the prom queen home in Jake's car because he does not know how to drive a stick shift (Jake's Porsche) so Ted takes her home in Jake's dad's Rolls-Royce. Later in the movie when Jake shows up at the wedding, you can see that the Porsche is an automatic as he shifts it into drive.
Corrected entry: When Samantha is in independent study, the word confidential is spelt incorrectly on the questionnaire it's spelt "CONFIDENTAIL".
Corrected entry: In the scene when Ginny and the rest of the family leave for the church you see a dog running in front of the house and over to Duk, then cuts to the family. They discover Long Duk Dong passed out on the grass in front of the house. Grampa fred walks up to Duk with the rest of the men, takes a wiff and exclaims Canine colone. The original scene was to show the dog taking a pee on Duk right before the men find him.
Corrected entry: Does anyone really believe that Farmer Ted had his headgear with him the whole night? He's wearing it in the Rolls-Royce with the "hot chick" the next morning.
Corrected entry: In the party scene at Jake's house when Tracy says "I'm sorry I don't do that." she catches the long pearl necklace she is wearing on the stairway banister and it breaks. In the next scene when she is crawling on the floor to cut Caroline's hair free from Jake's door it is intact around her neck.
Corrected entry: Why wouldn't Carolyn just ask Jake to open up the bedroom door so she can get her hair out of it? Surely, being her boyfriend, he wouldn't refuse. Wasn't cutting it off a little extreme...even if you are really drunk?
Corrected entry: In the party scene Carolyn's girlfriends are drunk and walking down a flight of stairs. One of the girls is wearing a long strand of pearls (presumably Jake's mother's pearls), the necklace gets stuck on the post at the bottom of the stairs and rips apart, spilling pearls all over the floor. In the next scene the drunk girls are crawling up to where Carolyn is stuck in the doorway and the necklace is whole again.
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