Daddy Day Care

Plot hole: It's amazing that the two Chapman women weren't caught at "Rock for Daddy Day Care". One of them unzips a guy's dog costume in the middle of the path with everyone walking by. A little kid actually stares right at her when she does this. Also when Jenny puts the cockroaches in the salad, the people who were waiting in line for food would definitely have seen her. There are many more parts like this.

Plot hole: Marvin came to Charlie's house with paychecks for both Charlie and Phil, but he had no way of knowing Phil was there.

Plot hole: Near the end of the movie the original two "Daddies" from Daddy Day Care show up at Chapman Academy. Miss Harridan seems surprised to see the main Daddy (Charlie Hinton) show up while she is in the middle of talking with potential customers about what her academy has to offer. Following his speech he then proceeds to take a large group of them away from Chapman Academy to Daddy Day Care without any paperwork needing to be filled out or without any written consent from the parents. How can one day care just take children from another day care like that? The shot was uncut so confirmation of parental consent didn't happen between the time he showed up and the time he left with the kids. (01:22:00 - 01:25:00)

Plot hole: Kim continuously speaks with uneducated sentences and slurs throughout the movie, despite being a lawyer and also being married to a very clean-spoken Charlie.


Other mistake: When Ben gives Eddie Murphy the picture he drew of them, Eddie points out that Ben drew a green moustache on him in the picture, but when he looks at the drawing for the first time and also in the meeting there's no moustache. (01:00:25 - 01:20:20)

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Question: When Charlie looks inside the toilet to see the mess Max made since he missed, why don't we see what's inside?

Answer: Because it's a kids movie that adults are supposed to be able to sit through as well. Seeing the horrific diarrhea mess would have too high a gross out value and be a turn off for the audience. It's better to leave it to the imagination than gross out your audience when that's not what you're wanting to do with the movie as a whole.

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