Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls

Question: Why did Ace punch out the Monopoly guy? Is there a reason why he did such a thing?

Trainman

Answer: The woman told him to try and "enjoy the fruits of nature", meaning wearing an animal as a piece of clothing. So he punches the monopoly guy out cold and puts him over his shoulder to try out wearing an animal.

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Question: Does anybody know who threw the darts at Ace? It couldn't have been Gahjii or Katie because they're both wearing shoes and the thrower was barefooted.

Trainman

Answer: Since we don't see the attackers except for their feet, it could easily have been Katie or Gahjii. In fact, given the speed at which the final four darts were shot into Ace, it was likely both of them. They could easily have not been wearing shoes at that point.

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Question: Who's singing "Secret Agent Man" in this film? It's during the 'master of disguises' montage.

Answer: It is sung by Blues Traveler, covering the song originally written by Johnny Rivers (whose version of "Secret Agent Man" was used as the theme song for the Patrick McGoohan TV series "Danger Man").

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Visible crew/equipment: In one scene Ace is drumming mushrooms on the side of a tree. When he knocks one off a metal spike that held the mushroom prop is visible on the tree.

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Wachootoo Chief: Eqinsu Ocha!
Ace: What does Eqinsu Ocha mean?
Ouda: White devil.
Ace: Well, tell them I'm not.
Ouda: I only met you. How do I know?
Wachootoo Chief: [to tribe] Eqinsu Ocha! Eqinsu Ocha!
Ouda: He said...
Ace: Let me guess. White devil, white devil?
Ouda: Yes. You speak Wachootoo?

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Trivia: Until Dumb and Dumber To, this was the only sequel Jim Carrey ever did to one of his own movies. He doesn't like to do sequels but did this one due to popular demand.

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