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Dodgeball - Cash or Cheque?
After an unsuccessful attempt to raise money from a carwash with his comrades, Gordon realizes that there is a ray of hope, a dodge ball tournament offering a $50,000 CASH prize; the advertisement for the competition in Gordon’s magazine even states in bold letters that the prize would be in cash, and is verbalized as well. At the end of the movie they are presented with a large CHEQUE for $50,000. Not important to the plot, but very noticeable.
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tomshark writes:
In a contest, the word CASH means only that money will be paid out instead of a prize. Otherwise, contests could advertise a huge prize amount and pay out with 25 donkeys, 19 haybalers, 9 old Mexican urns, 5 turtle doves and a cartridge from a big gun.
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Dude Love writes:
Also, the cheque would only have been for show on Tv. they're exactly going to take a cheque of that size to the bank to cash it are they. they probably would have been given the cash after the contest and after filming for tv had stopped.
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