Factual error: When Bill and Ted grab Beethoven, we are shown the piano he was playing which is a Steinweg (Steinweg later changed his name to Steinway when he immigrated to the United States). Steinweg made their first piano in 1835, and the model shown was built in Braunschweig so must have been made after 1858, but Beethoven died in 1827, years before a Steinweg piano existed. Also the onscreen graphic says it's 1810. (00:47:50)
All of the historical figures get arrested after they wreak havoc on the mall and end up being taken to the police station where Ted's dad works. When Bill and Ted find Napolean in the Waterloo Park, they head to the police station, using circumstances "set up" after the test to free them and stop Ted's dad. Everyone heads to the auditorium and gives a performance that earns Bill and Ted the A+ they need to pass. Later in their garage, Ted is upset because even though they did so much, nothing has changed. Then Rufus appears with the princesses from England and Rufus tells them that Wyld Stallyns wille ventually end war and poverty and bring peace throughout the universe. He then gives the guys new instruments, which they and the girls proceed to jam on... incredibly badly.
Trivia: One of the guys says at one point says something like "Look it's the Goodrich blimp" while looking towards the sky. This was in reference to a commercial popular in the 1980s for Goodrich tires where people would be faked out by others after being told to look up at the Goodrich blimp. The fooled one would then say "Hey, Goodrich doesn't have a blimp" after looking up and being tricked. The point was Good Year had the blimp but not Goodrich.
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