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Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back - Just Cause a Guy Reads Comics...
In the comic shop in the beginning of the movie, J&SB are talking to Banky. Watch as they are walking down the aisle. There is a guy reading a comic book, as the scene changes back and forth you see the guy still reading the comic. As J&SB walk past the guy, he is standing with his arms crossed, and no comic, when they switch back to them again, he is seen walking away still reading the comic.
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Hyena on 05-10-2002
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captainchunky21 writes:
There is a logical reason for this "slip up". On a deleted scene, Brodie tells the guy to handle the comic book like a woman, not his dick. He snatches the comic book out of his hand.
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nashacorey writes:
Well he was talking to Brodie but in the DVD deleted scenes it show Brodie get pissed off at the guy for bending the comic book cover or something like that and takes the book from him but ya on the VHS copy it looks like a Slip Up.
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McGregor_Gal writes:
Correction on the name there, The character's name in that scene is "Brodie", "Banky", both played by Jason Lee, shows up later in the movie on the movie set.
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sliptrap writes:
Thats becuase they deleted a scene where banky gets pissed at the guy for bending the binding of the comic and knocks it out of his hand. Then I think he picks it back up and walks away
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