Juno

After a dispute with Paulie Bleeker (the baby's father) over him dating another girl, Juno drives to the house of Mark and Vanessa Loring (the adoptive parents of Juno's unborn baby). Mark is home and tells Juno that he is leaving Vanessa. Vanessa comes home and Mark tells her everything. Juno becomes upset because she doesn't what her unborn baby to be brought up in an unstable household. Juno leaves and after time alone, she comes back to Mark and Vanessa's house and leaves a note on the doorstep. Juno then gets back together with Paulie. Juno's water breaks and she is rushed off the hospital by her father (Mac) and stepmother (Bren). Juno gives birth and Paulie comes to see her after completing an athletics meet. Juno and Paulie choose not to see the baby as they don't want to become attached to it. Vanessa is at the hospital and is given the baby, which is a boy, and Bren congratulates her on becoming a new mother. Vanessa is at home with the baby, Mark has left, and the note that Juno left on their doorstep has been framed. It says, "Vanessa, if you're still in, I'm still in, Juno." The film fast-forwards to the summer and Juno and Paulie are still together. They play guitars and sing a song together.

Richard

Continuity mistake: The first time Juno is seen at school while visibly pregnant, she is talking to Bleeker who is holding a box of doughnuts. In shots from behind Bleeker the side of the box is see-through, while in shots from behind Juno the side is white, and it continues to change back and forth throughout the entire scene.

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Juno MacGuff: We don't even have a dog.
Bren MacGuff: Well that's because you're allergic to their saliva. I've made a lot of sacrifices for you, Juno, and in a few years, when you move out, I'm getting weimaraners.
Juno MacGuff: Woah, dream big.

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Trivia: The webpage Mark is looking at when Juno arrives shows a picture of a woman holding a dog. The woman is writer Diablo Cody. (01:05:55)

Jeff Swanson

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Question: Why did it appear that Juno and Mark Loring were sweet on each other? What's the deal with that?

Answer: His wife was over-bearing- a control freak. She wouldn't let him have interests or hobbies that didn't fit her view of a proper, professional life and home. Juno reminded him of his time before marriage, when he could be fun, weird, artistic- whatever he wanted to be and do was possible. Naturally, Juno's free spirit appealed to him and he was drawn to her.

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