History Headscratchers / TheHangover

26th Aug '17 12:03:46 PM Khrunwahl02
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** [[spoiler:Given that Doug was stranded up there without any food or water, his throat would have gone dry and his voice became too weak for him to shout.]]
24th Aug '17 4:29:46 PM MarcusSLazarus
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* Part III's ending. [[spoiler:I get that staying away from Chow is a good thing, but how was association with Chow basically the cause of all of Alan's actions? I mean, the plot of Part III is Phil, Stu, and Doug taking Alan to rehab because of the way he has been behaving, until Marshall and his men abducted them and only targeted them because of their association with Chow]].

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* Part III's ending. [[spoiler:I get that staying away from Chow is a good thing, but how was association with Chow basically the cause of all of Alan's actions? I mean, the plot of Part III is Phil, Stu, and Doug taking Alan to rehab because of the way he has been behaving, until Marshall and his men abducted them and only targeted them because of their association with Chow]].Chow]].
** [[spoiler: We only see Alan with no knowledge of Chow in the first film, and he becomes increasingly weirder as the series unfolds; maybe Chow's the reason Alan becomes so extremely weird nobody can put up with him.]]
** Talking of Part III's ending... drunk tattoos are one thing, but [[spoiler:where did Stu find a doctor willing to give him breast implants in under a day while completely wasted?]]
9th Jun '17 6:46:59 PM Khrunwahl02
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* [[spoiler: How did Chow know precisely where the half of the gold he couldn't steal was hidden right inside Marshall's basement? And also, how did Chow even know exactly the master plan to breaking into Marshall's house?]]
9th Jun '17 6:44:22 PM Khrunwahl02
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** [[spoiler:Given that Doug was stranded up there without any food or water, his throat would have gone dry and his voice became too weak for him to shout.]]
27th Jan '16 8:18:49 AM HallowHawk
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** He's really not. He's given some leeway by some of the guys because they understand that he's not really mentally all there, so they basically do treat him like a child and assume he's not entirely responsible for his own behavior. Stu ''doesn't'' really forgive him, as shown by the sequel, but at the end of the movie he's accepted that Alan probably did him a favor by opening his eyes to what crap his life had become, so he's nice to him for a little while.

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** He's really not. He's given some leeway by some of the guys because they understand that he's not really mentally all there, so they basically do treat him like a child and assume he's not entirely responsible for his own behavior. Stu ''doesn't'' really forgive him, as shown by the sequel, but at the end of the movie he's accepted that Alan probably did him a favor by opening his eyes to what crap his life had become, so he's nice to him for a little while.while.
* Part III's ending. [[spoiler:I get that staying away from Chow is a good thing, but how was association with Chow basically the cause of all of Alan's actions? I mean, the plot of Part III is Phil, Stu, and Doug taking Alan to rehab because of the way he has been behaving, until Marshall and his men abducted them and only targeted them because of their association with Chow]].
7th Sep '15 11:31:44 AM Tuckerscreator
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* "The Wolfpack"? ''Really''?
** To be fair, it's Alan coming up with it. As well, he did have wrestling posters, so it may be a ShoutOut to the NWO Wolfpac
7th Sep '15 5:22:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* "[[FailOSuckyname The Wolfpack]]"? ''Really''?

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* "[[FailOSuckyname The Wolfpack]]"? "The Wolfpack"? ''Really''?
20th Nov '13 2:46:49 AM Nathanoraptor
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** It is the first hint that Alan is more than human...
2nd Nov '13 10:49:16 PM jaredcage
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** To be fair, it's Alan coming up with it. As well, he did have wrestling posters, so it may be a ShoutOut to the NWO Wolfpac
24th Sep '13 9:07:11 AM 84788484
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* Why is Alan always forgiven despite directly responsible for all the events in the movies and generally is shown as a dangerous sociopath yet treated like an innocent manchild?

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* Why is Alan always forgiven despite directly responsible for all the events in the movies and generally is shown as a dangerous sociopath yet treated like an innocent manchild?manchild?
** He's really not. He's given some leeway by some of the guys because they understand that he's not really mentally all there, so they basically do treat him like a child and assume he's not entirely responsible for his own behavior. Stu ''doesn't'' really forgive him, as shown by the sequel, but at the end of the movie he's accepted that Alan probably did him a favor by opening his eyes to what crap his life had become, so he's nice to him for a little while.
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