Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit

Plot hole: Even though Rita left the choir early into rehearsal for the contest, and her mother took her music away to prevent her practising before she had learned it, she still manages to know the song by heart and the dance routine perfectly when she rejoins her friends last minute. She couldn't have perfected her performance in the time she had.

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Suggested correction: First off, I think it's possible for them to practice the song as they're going to the performance and second, the dance routine looked more improvised and considering that they changed the arrangement at last minute, I think it makes sense. Also, who's to say that Rita doesn't have a good memory?

Audio problem: At the contest in Hollywood, when the priest pushes Mr. Crisp into the closet he says, "Forgive me," but his lips don't move.

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Ahmal James: Don't ya'll realise how much they took from us? Yo, Sketch. You know what I'm talking about, right man? Common, they stole our land, man. And our name. And our mother, man. Yo, Mr. Johnson. You know what I'm saying, right?
Mr. Johnson: Need to get your butt a job, boy.

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Trivia: Director Bill Duke has a cameo as Sketch's boss who tells him he should quit hanging out with his friends on the street and be inside working.

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Question: What did Sister Mary Patrick mean when she said "you don't have to bite the donut to know it's sweet"? I believe this was in the scene when she was teaching her class when Deloris was looking for hers.

Answer: Sister Mary Patrick is being challenged by Sondra, one of her students, who says, "you can't answer any questions about... Sex." The sister's reply is, "oh, don't be so sure - you don't have to bite the donut to know it's sweet." She offers this as an analogy, in order to posit that one doesn't have to have engaged in sex acts to know what sex is all about, or that it may be enjoyable even when it isn't necessarily good for you.

Michael Albert
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