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Me, Myself & Irene - Disappearing Bugs
In the scene where Jim Carrey and Renee Zelwegger are riding on his motorcycle, his face gets covered by bugs while "riding the open road." The next scene, they pull over to move a cow from the road. Jim's face is now bug free.
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Knoel76 writes:
Sometimes things like that are done simply because they're funny. The whole idea of the bugs was just for effect, it was funny, that whole scene did not play an important role in the movie. Once again, it was just funny, and if they dragged it out any longer, it wouldn't have been.
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Sommerfkk writes:
i'm pretty sure that is purposely done, just like the "hair gel" thing in "There's Something About Mary".
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Dooyer writes:
The bugs were still on his helmet and the wind screen of his bike. Maybe he wiped his face.
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Jason writes:
...maybe they stopped to clean off the windshield just maybe! ever think about that?
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