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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - One Plus One Equals Three
At one point in the movie, the patients are voting on whether or not they want their work schedule changed so they can watch the World Series. After a very funny scene, Randle persuades the Chief to raise his hand, the vote is now ten to eight in favor. An excited Randle is trying to explain to the nurse that his side won the vote, but at one point he says the vote was finalized at ten to nine.
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Comments:
Nanou writes:
I don't think this is a slip-up. I think MacMurphy did that on purpose to convince the nurse that they were so close to a tie. He meant to change it from 10-8 to 10-9, but that's just my opinion!
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Gary Lynch writes:
McMurphy is not a real mental patient, so this doesn't apply. He got put there as a scam to get out of doing jailtime for his statutory rape of a girl. It backfired on him in the end though!
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Bluebrit writes:
Huh! I don't understand a word you've said.
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RLF writes:
It's true, he does say ten to nine instead of ten to eight. But, I don't think this is a slip-up and it was in the script because MacMurphy was so ticked off at Nurse Ratchet, I think he didn't know what he was saying. Plus, the editors would have probably taken it out if it was a slip-up.
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shiftyeyeddog writes:
I am afraid you are incorrect - this segment portrays the picture of a confused, mental patient who mixes up his words and his life due to his illness. it is obvious that it is a descriptor of his personality and not a error. Thank you.
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