Wayne's World 2

Continuity mistake: When Wayne and Garth are at the radio station, Wayne is talking to Drew Barrymore. As the camera cuts from behind her to in front of her, her arms switch positions. (01:02:00)

Continuity mistake: During the beginning of Wayne's "fight" with Cassandra's father, a white Stratocaster guitar can be seen in the background, but the guitar disappears after the two switch positions.

Continuity mistake: When Wayne brings Del Preston to Stan Makita's, Del tells his M&M's story, and a waitress walks behind Del with tea, serves it, and walks away. The camera switches to Wayne and then back Del. The waitress is now behind Del even though she left before. (00:23:15)

Continuity mistake: At the start,Wayne re-introduces us to Cassandra in a dream sequence. She is shown playing bass left handed. In the first movie,she plays right handed.

Revealing mistake: When Wayne has gone to the church for Cassandra and finds out that it is actually the one across the street, he walks across between them. If you look where the sun is coming from, his shadow is actually in the wrong direction when he is between them. (01:18:10)

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Honey Horneé: Take me, Garth!
Garth Algar: Where? I'm low on gas and you need a jacket.
Honey Horneé: I'm gonna be frank.
Garth Algar: OK. Can I still be Garth?

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Trivia: In the scene near the end where Wayne is on the phone with Cassandra's father, and he tells Wayne of Cassandra's marriage to Bobby, the whole thing is dubbed in English except for the last thing that Wayne says to Jeff. That last sentence, translated from Cantonese into English, is "Where is the toilet?"

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