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Cheaper by the Dozen - School
If you notice when the kids start at thier new school Loraine and Charlie are in high school and go together. Sarah, Jake, Jessica, Kimberly, and Mark go to middle school. Henry, who is in that mix, doesn't go to school at all i guess?
Actually the kids that are in the groups are as followed:
High School: Charlie (12th) and Loraine (9th)
Middle School: Henry (7th) and Sarah (6th)
Elementary School: Jake (5th), Mark (4th), Jessica and Kim (2nd), and Mike (1st)
Kindergarten: Kyle and Nigel
The Producers just didn't want to spend time seeing Henry and Sarah off at school because they didn't have any problems with the family other than the move.
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C-Mike writes:
So what if they didn't show Henry and Sarah going to school. They didn't show Tom driving to work or to the football field. They didn't show Kate getting on an airplane. Do they really need to show everything in a movie? They didn't show how Luke Skywalker's aunt and uncle die in Star Wars, but we know right? Their home was blown up by the stormtroopers, right? What about Jack Dawson in Titanic? We didn't actually see him die, but we know how he died, right? So, honestly, do we really need to be shown everything in a movie? No, because then the movie would be too long, right? That's what deleted scenes are for.
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