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After being robbed, Elroy yells "I started this barbecue s*** and this is the motherf***in' thanks I get?!" This is based on a line from Ice Cube's hit rap song "Hello" that goes "I started this gangsta s*** and this is the motherf***in' thanks I get").
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The character of Roach was written into the original script, but the script was rewritten after actor Justin Pierce killed himself.
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Chris Tucker was asked to reprise his role for the third film in the franchise, but rejected. Mike Epps then called up asking to reprise his role less than an hour later.
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Was originally meant to be called "Final Friday," but the producers thought it too similar to Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993), and didn't want to rule out a fourth film.
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Most of the pimp-style clothing for the fictitious "Pimps & Ho's" store in the movie was made by Los Angeles designer Marc Vachon whose Melrose Avenue shop specialized in club wear. Right next door to Vachon's former store location is the real "Barbershop Club" which served as inspiration for Ice Cube's next movie, Barbershop (2002).
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The toy store in the strip mall where Day-Day (Mike Epps) and Craig (Ice Cube) work is called Toyz in the Hood which is a reference to the movie Boyz in the Hood (1991) which Ice Cube co-starred in.
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This is the only Friday movie that did not have a Scarface (1983) reference.
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Craig and his dad are the only two characters to appear in all three Friday movies.
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At the party, Craig (Ice Cube) is holding a bucket that reads, "It's better to give than receive," which is a reference to what Bernie Mac's character said in the original 'Friday,' (1995) when he attempts to smoke marijuana with "Craig" & "Smokey."
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Don Curry and Mike Epps play father and son but are really only 9 years apart. Don Curry and John Witherspoon play brothers but are really almost 20 years apart
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Day Day's bull terrier is named Chico. Chico was the Joker Brothers dog from "Next Friday".
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Despite being a modest box office success grossing nearly $34 million dollars domestically against a $10 million budget, Friday After Next has garnered a large cult following over the years due to its humorous plot , irreverent characters, and dialogue. It is also considered a Christmas movie, or "anti-Christmas movie" according to star Ice Cube, due to its Christmas setting.
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John Witherspoon (Mr. Jones) and Bebe Drake (Ms. Pearly) were cast as husband and wife in House Party in 1990.
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Armando Acosta had a hand in writing the movie.
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