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Whip says in jest that there were three vodka bottles, but there were only two. In the scene where he pours vodka into his bottle of orange juice, there are three on the counter but he only uses two of them. He must have put the 3rd back in the drink cart before throwing out the empty bottles.
At the end, we see pictures of her on the wall in Whip's cell. Although the camera focuses on the last one (the one he took on his porch), you can see that the others were taken in jail, presumably when she came to visit him, along with his ex and son. She's wearing street clothes, and looks clean and healthy. Looks like her recovery is working out well for her.
James Badge Dale, credited as "Gaunt Young Man".
Because he couldn't predict that his flight would crash. An FAA search team is trained to go over a crashed plane with precision, including searching the trash bins of the plane for any evidence. Whip probably thought he could recover the bottles after landing in Atlanta after the passengers and his flight crew had left the plane. He might also have thought he could replace the bottles later. One of the characteristics of being a "functional alcoholic" is having the ability to cover one's tracks with confidence.
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