Black Sheep

Audio problem: When Mike is being attacked by a bat in the cabin, after David puts the cover over his head, you hear a glass break. That was supposedly the shelf behind him, yet there was no glass on it.

Audio problem: The last scene begins with Al and Mike walking towards the plane speaking. Al asks "are you sure you don't want a job on my staff?" Mike then responds by stating; "you know what Al... I don't really think I'm cut out for politics." Al then is heard laughing at this. It is very clear the audio laugh is actually that of actor David Spade and appears to be placed over a most likely silent smile of Al. (01:20:00)

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Continuity mistake: After Spade gets foamed, in the scenes to follow, the foam stains change many times, in addition, he has his coat on, then off, then on again in different seems, and the coat never seems to have any foam either.

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Mike: What the hell was that?
Steve: A chunk in the road or something.
Mike: I just chunked in my pants.

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Trivia: When Chris Farley is playing football with the kids and they're in the huddle, he says the play is "32 belly option on 2, on 2". In Tommy Boy when Chris and Rob Lowe go cow tipping, Chris gets down and says, "It's a 32 belly option on 2, on 2".

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Question: In the film, Officer Robbie seems to have heavily modified his police cruiser, including adding nitrous. In real life, could an officer actually modify his or her vehicle, even if it's at their own expense? The examples of modified police cars I could find online are never real cop cars (they're for a car show, just a stunt, or hoax of some sort).

Bishop73

Answer: A major police department would probably not allow modifications to an official vehicle, even if it was assigned permanently to a particular officer, due to safety or insurance concerns. That said, many departments do use high performance or exotic vehicles seized during crimes under various forfeiture laws. Most times these are for promotional purposes, but I do know of a Florida department that used a souped-up Dodge Hemi-Charger painted in standard department livery for traffic enforcement.

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