It's the 1980s, and it's the moment that Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne meet. The two individuals are seen by many as 'special', and become best friends as soon as they meet. Principal Collins and his lover, the lunch lady Ms. Heller, want to make as much money out of scams, and their next idea is to create a special needs class. Ms. Heller is the teacher, and they have assigned Harry and Lloyd to round the special students up. School News Reporter Jessica is suspicious though, and desperately tries to find out the truth, even if it means gaining Harry and Lloyd's help. Written by
In one scene, Lloyd is looking at a pottery magazine, sees a large jug, and says to Harry, "Your mom has jugs like these!" to which Harry replies, "Yeah, but hers were never in a magazine." In fact Mimi Rogers, who plays Harry's mother, posed for Playboy in 1993. See more »
At the start of the parade float designing scene, Ms. Heller underlines the word FLOAT? on the chalkboard. In shots of the chalkboard afterwards the line disappears, reappears and sometimes the line is obviously shorter. See more »
[Turk comes up behind Lloyd and grabs him in a Head-Lock. Lloyd introduces him to Harry]
This is my Mohawk friend, Turk. He's part of the "Cool Crowd".
Shut up, Ass-Face.
That's the Iroquois name he gave me for having the strong face of an ass.
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Outtakes are shown alongside the ending credits. See more »
I saw this movie with my cousin at a nine o'clock showing on the first day it was released. We expected nothing of it, and we were not disappointed. The best part was Bob Sagat screaming "there's sh*t everywhere", at the time I commented how prophetic that line was. I just don't understand how they could make this movie and throw feces all over the memory of the first one. The only thing the movie had going for it was that the two guys who played Lloyd and Harry looked like Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels if you kinda squinted and turned your head at the right angle. Oh yea, and when we left that movie so brain damaged us we forgot where we parked and spent 5 minutes looking for his car.
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