Other mistake: Just before the evil robots capture Bill and Ted's girlfriends, after they crash through the window, the girlfriends ask the robots: "Who are you?" and Bill goes "Well, I'm really Evil Ted!" and unzips himself and out pops Evil Ted, and the other robot goes, "And I'm really Evil Bill!" and out pops Evil Bill. When the robots are herding the girlfriends out just before knocking them out with their breath, you can see two sets of clothes in the bottom left corner if you watch closely.
Bill and Ted are killed by evil robots from the future. They try and find help until they end up in Hell. They escape by beating the Grim Reaper at a number of games, go to heaven, meet a brilliant scientist (Station), who builds them good robots. The good robots destroy the evil robots, but the evil robots' creator arrives who is quickly subdued by Bill and Ted, who spend a year (excluding that two-week medieval honeymoon) learning how to play the guitar. They put on a "jolly good show", and get famous.
Trivia: Much of the guitar work done in this film was by guitar hero Steve Vai, who also worked on PCU and, perhaps more famously amongst guitarists, Crossroads. Pretty much all the guitar licks which are played throughout the film when Bill & Ted play air guitar are played by Steve, as well as "The Reaper Rap" - in the end credits.
Question: When the titles are running at the end, just after the headlines have stopped, the screen goes to black and the first title you see is "Taj Mahal". Obviously, I know what the Taj Mahal is, but why is it mentioned in the titles?
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