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Happy Gilmore - The Batting Cage
When Happy is in the batting cage getting hit in the head and chest with baseballs, Chubbs pulls the plug on the machine to get him to stop. They then start chatting, and the kid who was watching gets in the cage, deposits a coin, and the machine starts spitting out balls. But it was never plugged back in!
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David Wolf on 08-09-1999
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Drumak writes:
Funny, I was the only one at Knitting Camp that noticed that. Man who cares??
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retarson writes:
Not only is there this mistake, but also after the boy gets hit with the first ball no other balls come out. Most batting cages make you pay like 50 cents for like five balls or something. Why would only one come out?
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Mfrazier writes:
You're right! How does anything work without a plug? Only the fourtune teller machine on "Big" can do that. Nice work!
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Drumak writes:
The kid probably stuck his fingers thru the fence and plugged it back in himself. He's a kid, he has small fingers.
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irish writes:
This is not correct, when Cubbs and Happy are talking, you CLEARLY see in the backround that the boy plugs the machine back in. This is NOT a slip-up.
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SugarHuni14 writes:
The kid plugs it back in if I remember correctly.
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redsox02 writes:
If it was battery powered why would there be a plug to unplug in the first place?
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Bubble writes:
I noticed that to, but he could have easily plugged it back in, but who knows maybe it was a slip-up
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Redpepper_324 writes:
Maybe, just maybe, it usually ran on a plug but it also had a backup generator. Then it would have stopped Happy's game, and restarted in time for the kid's.
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Xanthman writes:
yeah everything is battery powered these days... :P
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jimjob28 writes:
and has anyone ever seen just one batting cage? Whenever I see them there is usually a bunch of them clustered together.
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Locust writes:
Yea I watched it last night and noticed that too!
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Kevin writes:
I was probably the only one at Basketball camp that actually caught that.
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cartmancsf writes:
Maybe its battery powered
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