Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!

Rosalee decides to fly to LA with Tad, and on the way, she realizes that Tad never truly loved her, and that she should be with Pete. She asks him to fly her home, and when she arrives at the Piggly Wiggly, and Pete isn't there, she tries desperately to track him down. She finds him driving to Richmond, and in the dark and stormy night, she tries to make him pull over. He sees that it's her chasing him, and is so astounded, he crashes into a mailbox, and gets out of the car immediately. Rosalee doesn't know what to say, until she finally utters "Pete... you have 5 smiles." The radio in the car begins to play a love song, and he says "I can't beleive I'm going to say this... but would you like to dance?" The movie ends with Pete and Rosalee dancing, just as it had began with Tad and the woman dancing in the movie, on a dark and stormy night, on the side of the road near their cars.

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Continuity mistake: In the last scene, Rosalee catches up to Pete's car on the highway. She pulls up alongside his car at a high speed, causing him to brake severely and run into a post on the side of the road before coming to an abrupt stop. But when he steps out of the car, her car is already parked behind his. He stopped so quickly that she must have taken longer to stop, so her car should be in front of his by the time they pulled off the road.

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Police Officer: We got a call saying that there was someone parked up here and you it's illegal after sunset.
Rosalee: You got a call at this hour? From who? A racoon?

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Trivia: When Pete is watching the war movie on the television, you can hear the Wilhelm scream.

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Question: When Rosalee and Tad are on the plane and Rosalee is looking out of the window at the start of the scene (I think), what is the song playing? I briefly remember lyrics similar to, "I stay behind and watch the credits roll by.", or something to that effect.

Answer: It's Somebody by Bonnie McKee.

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