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American Pie - Ohhh....Stiffler's Mom
At the end of the movie, when all of the guys are "getting it on", pay attention to Finch's seen. He enters the billiard room with Stiffler's mom by pulling the door out. Later, when Stiffler wants to get in, he practically has to break it down by pushing it in! I guess the door swings both ways. :)
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KeenI on 05-13-2000
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Brendon writes:
This isnt a mistake, if you look carefully there are two doors adjacent to each other, the one Finch enters through (which opens outward) and another next to the snooker cue rack which Stifler comes in through (which opens inward and would also give a clearer view of the snooker table for poor Stifler!)
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Hakkiki writes:
This message is to Melaboo. You are talking about logic. If the door goes both ways then why wouldn't stiffler just pull it instead of trying to push it with difficulty because the chair is there.
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caveman237111 writes:
Hey guys, Brendon is right! If you look at where Finch entered, the area outside of the room is open. Now take a look at the area outside of the room when Stifler falls after catching Finch & his mom doing it, its at the end of a hallway. Nice catch, Brendon.
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Anita writes:
No this is a slip up because if they have the chair there to keep people out then if there was an adjacent door, Stifler could have gone in the way Finch did, by PULLING the door.
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Melaboo writes:
How is that a mistake, I mean der... the door obviously goes both ways, cause if it only went one way he wouldn't have been able to push it as well as pull it, its just logic
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