Corrected entry: Jack has three memberships of the bowls club in different names. About halfway through the film Jack's flatmate says he is preparing for the interview to become a member. Jack tells him he is already a member "under your real name". So how come Jack has three memberships with apparently no need for interviews (as the longstanding members of the committee initially do not recognise his name, nor know what he looks like)?

Correction: Quite simple really. Jack says he got his first membership when he started to attend uni, so depending on how old Jack is, say for arguments sake, he is 30 years old in the movie, he could've been about 20 years old for his first interview. After that, he could've got a new membership every 3 or so years. Since he never actually set foot in the club, apart from the interviews, I think it's safe to say that no one would recognize him. Plus a lot of things could happen over the years. Current members move away of pass on. It's not that much of a stretch.

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