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Road Trip - Never Left the City?
Near the beginning of the movie, Tom Green's character says that he's never left his hometown. But later in the movie, he arranges for his friends to stay at his grandparents' house. Tom says that he used to visit when he was little until he lit the dog on fire or something like that. He then said he hasn't been back since. How could he visit his grandparents down south when he claims to never have left his hometown???
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Cecilia on 07-04-2000
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RcktQn writes:
His words are "Practically never left the city"
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Star writes:
Maybe he meant that ever since he got to college or something...
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Carrie writes:
When Reuben asked whatever it was he asked Barry about never leaving the city Barry answered "Not really" which could mean that the exception was visiting his grandparents.
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dianalynn writes:
I think the writer of the slip-up was talking about Tom's narrating part, where he says something like, "It's a really nice place, but I haven't been there since I was six (I'm not sure how true the age is but he says something along these lines) cuz he did something to their dog. meaning that he had gone there when he was little and hadn't been back.
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