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"Revenge of the Nerds" is an unaired pilot based on the movie. In fact, it's pretty much a condensed version of the movie. Lewis, Gilbert, Booger and Wormser are kicked out of their dorm by... See full summary »
Get out your white socks! This time our suave college heroes hit the road for fun and fraternity in Florida. Another opportunity for brains to triumph over brawn. How can the girls possibly resist their geeky charms? Written by
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Julia Montgomery refused to reprise her role as Betty because in the original script Betty is caught cheating on Lewis. Montgomery felt it betrayed the change in her character from the first film. Joe Roth offered to have the scene re-written but Montgomery still refused. She eventually returned for the following sequels. Lewis is shown packing a picture of Betty in the beginning of the film implying they are still together. Ironically, this means that Lewis cheated on Betty with Sunny. See more »
The plane the Nerds take to Florida changes between the take-off and landing to a different type of plane altogether. See more »
This was a disappointment compared to the original. Why is it that sequels often try to do similar things, similar plots, similar jokes? Not necessary! A sequel to me must be original to some degree, too. The beginning was promising, the middle part had enormous lengths and very bad scripting and the end was bland. I loved the characters though. Believable like the original. However, Poindexter seemed much too talkative and sometimes even made sense, almost as if Milton Waddams went to a speech-therapist. I did not like the setting at all and the hotel scenes were very far fetched.
All in all rather disappointing. Too bad.
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