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Big Daddy - Answering Machine
In the scene where Sonny's answering machine picks up and says "Leave a message!" and Arthur Brooks leaves a message--you can hear Sonny has 'leave a message' twice.
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Anonymous on 06-02-2001
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Lomaran writes:
This was not a slip-up, the message Sonny left on the machine was sung to "Jump" by Van Halen, and when they yell "Jump!" in the song, Sonny yelled "Leave a message!" on the machine.
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justin credible writes:
The answering machine message is the Van Halen song "Jump", when David Lee Roth says, "Might as well jump", Sonny says "Might as well leave a message." Since the song repeats itself, so does the answering machine.
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Clay C writes:
I believe that was intended
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RLF writes:
This isn't a slip-up.
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andrewmccarthyfan writes:
What do you mean Sonny "has 'leave a message' twice"? Does that mean he said it twice? Or that he had two messages? WHAT are you TALKING about? If you're talking about the answering machine message that Sonny has that's part of a song where he SAYS "leave a message" twice, it's on purpose. It goes with the beat of the song.
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Andrew Watson writes:
What? I don't understand.
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LLij-aise writes:
Ok, how is this a slip-up? Is it not possible that he just said "leave a message" twice intentionally as part of his message? Also, I think if you listen carefully, the first leave a message is in his normal voice and the 2nd time isn't as nice and calm as the first.
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