There's Something About Mary

Dom (Chris Elliot) is Woogie and has been stalking Mary (Cameron Diaz). Tucker is no architect and is a pizza delivery guy. Brett is none other than Brett Favre and he didn't say mean things about Mary's brother; Brett asks Mary if they can be together again. Ted (Ben Stiller) gets all sad. Mary picks Ted and they get together. The old man who slept with Magda shoots the guitar player that we see singing that song throughout the movie.

Continuity mistake: In the confrontation scene where all of Mary's admirers are forcing her to choose between them, Woogie is sat on the couch with a pile of Mary's shoes. Every time the camera shoots back to him, you will notice that the position of the shoes changes each time. This is also mentioned by the directors on the DVD commentary.

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Pat Healy: My real passion is my hobby.
Mary: Really, what's that?
Pat Healy: I work with r*****s.
Mary: Isn't that a little, uhm, politically incorrect?
Pat Healy: Well, heh, to hell with that... No one's going to tell me who I can and can't work with, right?

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Trivia: When Mary is golfing and she meets Matt Dillon's character for the first time, the woman that walks by is the director's mother. (00:27:35)

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Question: During the end credits it says "Dedicated to Ryan Mone." Who was he and what happened to this man?

Answer: Ryan Mone was a young hockey player from Martha's Vineyard, who died in a car accident at the age of just seventeen. The Farrelly brothers are long-term friends of the Mone family and chose to dedicate their film to Ryan as their tribute to his memory.

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