History Film / RevengeOfTheNerds

27th Apr '16 8:14:00 PM butterflygrrl
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** The nerds are excited at seeing (pre-internet) "fur pie" which now seems odd given that female pubic hair has almost entirely disappeared.

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** The nerds are excited at seeing (pre-internet) "fur pie" which now seems odd given that female pubic hair has almost entirely disappeared.disappeared from popular standards of attractiveness.
25th Apr '16 2:33:50 PM mlsmithca
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-->''NERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRDS!''

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-->''NERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRDS!''->''NERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRDS!''
23rd Apr '16 1:19:30 AM SpideyTerry
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* RockBottom: In the second movie, the Lambdas are framed by the Alpha Betas for stealing a car and get arrested. Though bailed out, they're then kidnapped and taken to a deserted island. The absolute rock bottom, though, is Ogre being stranded with them. As Lewis lampshades, they're trapped on a deserted island and still have someone insulting them for being nerds.
22nd Apr '16 6:45:22 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* BlondGuysAreEvil: And played by [[HeyItsThatGuy Jefferson]] [[MarriedWithChildren D'arcy!]]

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* BlondGuysAreEvil: And played by [[HeyItsThatGuy Jefferson]] [[MarriedWithChildren Jefferson D'arcy!]]
17th Apr '16 5:43:31 PM ANTMuddle
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* '''''Revenge of the Nerds III: The Next Generation''''' (1992). The third movie focuses on a new batch of nerds going to the same college as the first, which has become a paradise for geeks, nerds and outcasts. However, an alumnus of the college isn't happy with this and, teaming with a former nemesis from the first movie, proceeds to try to change the pecking order of the school. The new cast, of course, goes on the offensive.

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* '''''Revenge of the Nerds III: The Next Generation''''' (1992). The third movie focuses on a new batch of nerds going to the same college as the first, which has become [[ProudToBeANerd a paradise for geeks, geeks]], nerds and outcasts. However, an alumnus of the college isn't happy with this and, teaming with a former nemesis from the first movie, proceeds to try to change the pecking order of the school. The new cast, of course, goes on the offensive.
11th Apr '16 11:12:05 PM SpideyTerry
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** All of the returning nerds (save Lewis and Booger) only make cameos in the third movie. Those that came back for the fourth movie got more screen-time, except for Stan (possibly due to Ted [=McGinley=] being busy on ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'').



* {{Mooning}}: The Alpha Betas. All of them at the same time.

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* {{Mooning}}: The Alpha Betas. All of them at the same time. Ogre also does this in the fourth movie to announce his arrival.


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* NotSoDifferent: In the fourth movie, the father of the bride looks down on and belittles the nerds--all while taking offense when the old money crowd calls "Nouveau Riche."


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* ThePowerOfFriendship: In the third movie, Lewis is framed for embezzlement and put on trial. In addition to Lewis's father, the old Lambda crew and U.N. drop by as a show of support. Stan (who had been so certain no one has any real friends) is so moved that he reveals the truth.


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* SequelNonEntity: Each of the three sequels.
** The second movie is the only one in which Betty [[note]]Julia Montgomery has said she was offered a cameo, but she turned it down because it meant Betty cheating on Lewis with a jock[[/note]], Stan Gable, Takashi, and U.N. Jefferson do not appear. The various other Alpha Betas (save Ogre) are also replaced with new characters.
** In the third movie, Lewis's old friends show up at the trial, except for Ogre and Poindexter.
** In the fourth movie, not only does Poindexter not return, but same for Wormser and Gilbert.


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** This is actually invoked in the third movie. The college is a nerd paradise (much to the antagonists' annoyance), while the Lambdas have admitted women, only cater with healthy food, and ban members who do drugs (the last two explicitly done to avoid the prior generation's mistakes).
10th Jan '16 10:25:24 AM pwiegle
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--> '''Booger:''' I'm on my way to meet a client.



-->--'''Lewis''': All jocks ever think about is sports. All we [nerds] ever think about is sex.

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-->--'''Lewis''': --> '''Lewis''': All jocks ever think about is sports. All we [nerds] ever think about is sex.



-->'''Lewis''': ''All jocks ever think about is sports. All we [nerds] ever think about is sex.''

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-->'''Lewis''': --> '''Lewis''': ''All jocks ever think about is sports. All we [nerds] ever think about is sex.''



-->''Won't be long, mark my words! The time has come for'' Revenge of the Nerds!

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-->''Won't --> ''Won't be long, mark my words! The time has come for'' Revenge of the Nerds!
4th Jan '16 7:57:52 AM dmcreif
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** The antagonists commit various crimes against the "Nerds," but are told by police that it's "out of their jurisdiction;" since it's "college pranks—" even outright crimes like assault, battery, terrorism, and malicious destruction of property; in response, the Nerds commit other crimes against the jocks in "revenge—" including one "Nerd," Lewis, raping a cheerleader by posing as her boyfriend (a serious felony). In reality, college campus police ''do'' have jurisdiction over "Frat Pranks" and ''so do the regular police!'' That's because state laws do not recognize college campuses as sovereign boundaries or "no-man's lands". So both sides of this feud could have gotten in serious legal trouble. A ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' DeconstructiveParody even showed this to be true.
** And the parents could and ''should'' have sued Adams College for evicting their sons from the double dorm rooms they'd paid considerable money for, particularly as the eviction proceedings involved the residents and their possessions being bodily ''flung out doors and windows'' by the jocks.

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** The antagonists commit various crimes against the "Nerds," but are told by police that it's "out of their jurisdiction;" since it's "college pranks—" even outright crimes like assault, battery, terrorism, and malicious destruction of property; in response, the Nerds commit other crimes against the jocks in "revenge—" including one "Nerd," Lewis, raping having sex with a cheerleader by posing as her boyfriend (a serious felony).(which is fraud of various sorts). In reality, college campus police ''do'' have jurisdiction over "Frat Pranks" and ''so do the regular police!'' That's because state laws do not recognize college campuses as sovereign boundaries or "no-man's lands". So both sides of this feud could have gotten in serious legal trouble. A ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' DeconstructiveParody even showed this to be true.
** And the parents could and ''should'' have sued Adams College for evicting their sons from the double dorm rooms they'd paid considerable money for, particularly as considering that the eviction proceedings involved the residents and their possessions being bodily ''flung out doors and windows'' by the jocks.
31st Dec '15 11:39:37 AM dmcreif
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** In real life, college campus police ''do'' have jurisdiction over "Frat Pranks" and ''so do the regular police!'' So both sides of this feud could have gotten in serious legal trouble. A ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' DeconstructiveParody even showed this to be true.

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** The antagonists commit various crimes against the "Nerds," but are told by police that it's "out of their jurisdiction;" since it's "college pranks—" even outright crimes like assault, battery, terrorism, and malicious destruction of property; in response, the Nerds commit other crimes against the jocks in "revenge—" including one "Nerd," Lewis, raping a cheerleader by posing as her boyfriend (a serious felony). In real life, reality, college campus police ''do'' have jurisdiction over "Frat Pranks" and ''so do the regular police!'' That's because state laws do not recognize college campuses as sovereign boundaries or "no-man's lands". So both sides of this feud could have gotten in serious legal trouble. A ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' DeconstructiveParody even showed this to be true.



** In the third movie, when the nerds claim their basic human rights, the judge replies "Nerds don't have rights!". Turns out they do, Chester.

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** In the third movie, when the nerds claim their basic human rights, the judge replies "Nerds don't have rights!". Turns out they do, Chester. How he managed to keep his job is a mystery.
28th Dec '15 7:30:54 PM Dingbot
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* BurpingContest: Dudley "Booger" Dawson vs. Ogre. Point goes to Booger, thanks to a belch that lasts [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FwPbKLEGOc a full twelve seconds]].

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* BurpingContest: Dudley "Booger" Dawson vs. Ogre. Point goes to Booger, thanks to a belch that lasts [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FwPbKLEGOc com/watch?v=kDdbg_Q-LMI a full twelve seconds]].
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