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I Know What You Did Last Summer - No Wonder She Won!
When the guys and Julie are watching Helen in that competition thing, the finalists are all brought on stage to do that How Would You Change The World? type question. There are about five or six finalists and Helen is in the middle. There is a shot of the guys and Julie talking, then it goes back to Helen, who had just finished her speech. Everyone cheered for about thirty seconds, then they get ready to announce the winner and, surprise, surprise, it's Helen. Well, no wonder!!! She was the only one allowed to answer the question. But how come? She was in the middle, so at least three people had to go before her and get the same amount of applause. But there's no time for them to. All that happens is she talks, gets applause, and wins.
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Burak : LiveC00l on 01-13-2000
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Joe writes:
No one really cares about the other contestants, so why would the producers subject the audience (of the movie) to see the other contestants' responses? Of course they were all given a chance to answer a question, but that is not the focus of the movie, so not shown to us.
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Angel writes:
Well duh! Obviously if they had let anyone answer the question, and they were better than helen, the audience would be wondering why her? Plus, if she DIDN'T win, it would have destroyed her 'beauty queen' image she's supposed to have for the movie...don't you have anything better to do with your time? Every 'slip-up' I've read so far on here has been from you.
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