Me, Myself & Irene

Trivia: At the end of the movie, Charlie walks by a patrol officer and calls him Seabass. Cam Neely, the actor of the patrol officer, also played Seabass in Dumb and Dumber. Both movies are set in Rhode Island.

Trivia: When Irene is looking out the window in the motel Charlie was staying, if you look at the room at the back wall, you'll notice a watermelon. This was from a previous uncut scene that wasn't deleted out.

Trivia: Jim Carrey is the father to three grown black sons. This is probably a nod to Andy Kaufman (who Carrey would later play in "Man On The Moon"). Kaufman also had a bit where he would introduce the audience to his family, and then present his "sons," three grown black men.

Trivia: Director Bobby Farrelly plays the voice of the priest who talks with Jim Carrey, and his brother Peter Farrelly makes the noises of the cow on the road.

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Trivia: The baseball player has the name Cerrone on their shirt, that's the name of the script writer.

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Trivia: Mike Cerrone, the script writer, has a cameo as the policeman who got the chicken on his butt.

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Trivia: Anna Kournikova makes a cameo as the girl who is interrogated by the police outside the motel.

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Visible crew/equipment: When the police are leaving the motel, you can see a camera reflection in the S.W.A.T. van as it drives by. (01:18:10)

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Hank Evans: Listen, Pocahontas, unless you put your ear to the ground, you'll never hear the buffalo comin'!
Irene P. Waters: Ok, look, I don't know what that means!

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Question: What is the song that plays when Charlie first turns into Hank? (I think its in the scene in the grocery store).

Answer: "Fire Like This" by Hardknox.

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