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Drowning Mona - Re-Attaching Gas Cap
In the scene where Nev Cambell is filling her her Yugo with gas, she is told about her soon to be father-in-law's death. She then takes off without putting the gas cap back on (the director made sure you could see it still sitting on top of the car). However, when she arrives at her destination, the gas cap is back on the car. How did it get back on?
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Snow Dog on 02-01-2001
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ldybrdway writes:
Sorry I may have missed this, but was Phil Bobby's father? That would mean Mona's his mother and yet she always calls him "Calzone" which was his last name. So I don't believe that Phil would be Ellen's soon to be father-in-law. If I'm wrong let me know
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Kate writes:
Nope, you're right. Phil is not Bobby's father, because Bobby's last name is Calzone, but Phil and Mona's last name is Dearly. Phil and Mona are JEFF'S parents. So, no, Phil is not Ellen's future father-in-law.
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Mandy writes:
Well, if we are really going to nitpick this point, then I guess I should point out that Phil isn't ANYBODY'S father. Later in the movie, when Jeff is threatening to kill himself, he says that Phil isn't his real father. Now it's nitpicked to death. Good find on the gas cap.
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