Varsity Blues

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6.9/10. A pretty OK football movie though I wish they'd done less sports cliches. James Van Der Beek's decent here as are the rest of the cast. I especially liked the stripper scenes of Tonie Perensky, the sex ed teacher Ms Davis who does look like Sarah Palin in a way.

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Continuity mistake: In the whipped cream bikini scene, when Mox pulls back from kissing the cheerleader he has whipped cream on his shirt. In the next shot it's not there.

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Charlie Tweeder: Say I'm stupid and I'm about to get hit in the nuts.
Billy Bob: That's funny.
Charlie Tweeder: Ain't it funny? That's what I mean. See they need to change the name of the show to America's funniest shots in the nuts.

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Trivia: Billy Bob's big bad 4 wheel drive truck has no front drive shaft. (00:03:55)

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Question: Could a High School football team really coach itself in the last quarter of the game? Wouldn't the ref not allow an injured player, such as Lance, to coach since he's not an official high-school coach? I always wondered this.

Answer: There's no rule in any sport, at least none that I could find, that requires a team to have, or listen to, a coach. Obviously in most cases it's a good idea, but if the coach were poor and/or working against the interests of the team, the players wouldn't be breaking any rules by simply ignoring them and listening to someone else.

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