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->''"I mean, I don't think I'm alone in the world in imagining this flick may be the worst idea since Greedo shooting first. You know it, but... a Jay and Silent Bob movie? [[WhoWouldWantToWatchUs Who'd pay to see that?]]"'' [AsideGlance]
-->-- '''Holden''' (as Kevin Smith mugs at the fourth wall)

When Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Creator/KevinSmith) are finally forced to stop hanging out by the Quick-Stop by a restraining order, they discover that a movie based on the comic that's based on them, ''Bluntman and Chronic'', is in production. While the duo is shocked to learn that they won't be getting any money from the film, they're more horrified that people on the Internet are badmouthing them and the franchise. So Jay and Silent Bob set out for Hollywood to find a way to stop the movie from getting made so people will stop saying mean things on the Internet.

Along the way, they hook up with a group of women who are actually superthieves, but convince Jay and Silent Bob that they're animal activists; the four women convince the duo to break into an animal-testing clinic and free all the animals inside, and use that as a distraction to break into a diamond vault and rob it blind. From that point, HilarityEnsues as Jay and Silent Bob run from the law with a stolen orangutan as they continue on their way to Hollywood.

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!!This film contains examples of:

* AccidentalHug
* ActingForTwo: Creator/JasonLee reprises his roles as Brodie (''Film/{{Mallrats}}'') and Banky (''Film/ChasingAmy''), while Ben Affleck plays both Holden [=McNeil=] (from ''Chasing Amy'') and, amusingly enough, himself.
* ActionGirl: The four female thieves Jay and Silent Bob hook up with (Sissy, Missy, Chrissy, and Justice). The first three are more like {{Dark Action Girl}}s though.
** Suzanne the orangutan also qualifies.
* AdamWesting: Creator/BenAffleck, MarkHamill and a whole slew of other Hollywood personalities poke fun at themselves.
* ADayInTheLimelight: After four films of appearing in varying capacities ({{Those Two Guys}} in Film/{{Clerks}}, [[OneSceneWonder One Scene Wonders]] in ''Film/ChasingAmy'' and major supporting characters in Film/{{Mallrats}} and Film/{{Dogma}}) Jay and Silent Bob ''finally'' get to be the leads in a movie. The questionability of giving an entire movie to {{Those Two Guys}} is lampshaded (see page quote).
* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: "''The tenor of Tinseltown is one of terror today...''"
* AgeCut: The opening sequence.
* AllJustADream: Jay has a rather odd one where he and Silent Bob get picked up by [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo Mystery Inc]] [[spoiler: who drug them and [[OrganTheft steal their organs]].]]
* AngryBlackMan: Chris Rock as a movie director.
* AnimalsLackAttributes: Averted in one deleted scene spoofing ScoobyDoo.
-->'''Jay:''' Scooby's rockin' a stoner boner!
* AnimalWrongsGroup: The four jewel thieves pretend to be crazy animal rights activists in order to provide cover and patsies for a diamond heist. Oddly, the script puts the animal testing lab in Boulder, CO, which is home to many ''real'' animal rights groups.
* AsideGlance: Three of them, including one from Kevin Smith right after the quote at the top of this page.
* BadBadActing: Ben Affleck and Matt Damon on the scene of "Good Will Hunting 2".
* BecomingTheMask: In universe. MarkHamill at first hamming it up when he thinks James Vanderbeek (Who is really the Real Jay in disguise.) is upstaging him. He is then literally having to try to fight Jay off rather than play it off as AllPartOfTheShow. The result is [[AnArmAndALeg what you'd]] [[TheEmpireStrikesBack expect.]]
* BestialityIsDepraved: Played with: Jay asks Sean William Scott's character if he would, as a sheep (presumably with a human mind), have sex with another sheep. When he eagerly says he would, Jay throws him out of the van while moving. (Mostly because Jay wanted to be alone with the girls.)
* BillingDisplacement: Jason Mewes is billed ''fifth'' on the poster and Kevin Smith isn't billed at all, despite the fact that they are the stars of the movie.
** In fairness the six names on the poster are in alphabetical order by last name, and Smith would be the seventh. Also, as he is the writer/director, (a) his name is on the poster in that regard, (b) it could be modesty, and (c) it might be the joke--that Jay and Silent Bob's ''actors'' can't even get top billing ''in their own movie''. Also, he may be one of the two title characters, but he has the fewest speaking lines of the seven.
* BlackComedyRape: Implied.
--> '''Jason Biggs''': It's me! Jason Biggs! I was the piefucker!\\
'''Security Guard''': Well, in prison, he'll be the pie.
* BrickJoke: [[GeorgeCarlin A hitchhiker]], towards the beginning of the film, advises Jay and Silent Bob to offer to go down on potential drivers to get rides. It...doesn't work...with the nun... When the two finally arrive in Hollywood, nearer the tail end of the film, Jay can be "seen" going down on the hot woman who gave them a lift.
** Silent Bob gives the monkey the tranquilizer gun. The monkey later uses it to shoot Creator/WillFerrell's character.
** Jay makes a comment to Justice's friends that hot women shouldn't eat fast food because it will make them fart. Sure enough, one of them farts when they're breaking into a facility, causing the alarms to go off.
* TheCameo: Plenty of them, including several characters from past View Askewniverse films.
** As well as Kevin Smith's daughter, Harley Quinn Smith, who plays the baby version of Silent Bob at the beginning of the film.
** {{Paul Dini}}
** One that might have slipped under your radar: the pizza delivery boy who gets it on with the hot female thieves was [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Quesada Joe Quesada]].
* CatFight: played for perfect laughs after building up both of the film's [[ActionGirl Action Girls]] to a ridiculous degree--it degrades for a moment into slaps and hair pulling--to [[FanService Jay and Silent Bob's delight]].
* ClusterFBomb: Jay is a walking [=CFB=] ("fuck" was the first word he learned, for Chrissakes!), but other characters get to join in on the fun, too; [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jSMTcx69-Q the word is said 248 times over the course of the film.]]
-->''"Mother-mother-fuck, mother-mother-fuck-fuck, motherfuck, motherfuck, noise-noise-noise..."''
* ComedicSociopathy
* ConspiracyTheorist: Jay's very strange [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_Pd0IW0khk super monkey theory]].
** And don't forget "The C.L.I.T." - according to Will Ferrell's character, it's the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCatFyP9tKo&feature=related "Coalition for Liberation of Itinerant Tree-dwellers"]], and pressure needs to be put on the C.L.I.T.
*** As he mentions, it's [[RefugeInAudacity a tiny offshoot of the L.A.B.I.A. (Liberate Apes Before Imprisoning Apes)]] movement.
* ContinuityCavalcade: The entire film qualifies, but special mention goes to the penultimate scene, which features [[Film/{{Clerks}} Dante Hicks, Randal Graves, Willam Black]], [[Film/{{Mallrats}} Steve-Dave Pulasti, Walt the Fanboy, Tricia Jones]], [[Film/ChasingAmy Alicia Jones, Banky Edwards, and Hooper LaMante]]. All but Dante, Randal and Banky are making their first appearances in the film.
* ContinuityNod: These seem to be the film's only purpose:
** ''Film/{{Clerks}}'':
--->'''Quick Stop Customer:''' Are you even supposed to be here today?
--->'''Dante:''' Don't get me started.
*** Later in the film, Dante exclaims "I'm not even supposed to be here today!" during Jay's super-monkey ImagineSpot, while having his brain experimented on by super-apes. And the Quick Stop looks exactly the same as in ''Clerks'', right down to the shoe-polish sign and the same ancient TV.
*** The number 37 appears twice in the film--once when the jewel thieves are celebrating their 37th heist, and again during the shooting of ''Bluntman and Chronic'' ("Scene 37, Take 1").
*** When everyone comes out of the premiere of ''Bluntman & Chronic'' at the end, Willam Black (the Scott Mosier version) can be seen looking at the lights lighting the overhang of the theater. He says "That's beautiful, man"...exactly as he did when he first appeared in ''Clerks''.
** ''Film/{{Mallrats}}:''
--->'''Brodie:''' Here's the pulse. The hand is on the pulse. Here's your hand, far away from the pulse, shoved straight up your ass! Would you like a chocolate-covered pretzel?
*** The above doubles as a reference to the first episode of ''ClerksTheAnimatedSeries'', in which the wholly ignorant Randal claims to have his "hand on the pulse of the community."
*** Silent Bob is finally able to use the Force after trying so hard in ''Film/{{Mallrats}}''.
*** Steve-Dave and Walt the Fanboy do their usual schtick coming out of the ''Bluntman & Chronic'' premiere...Steve-Dave asks Walt to stop it.
*** And of course, virtually the ''entire plot'' is the explanation for why Jay and Silent Bob had an orangutan in TheStinger of ''Mallrats.'' (The orangutan herself was named Suzanne, possibly for the sole reason of allowing Smith to use Weezer's ''Suzanne'' over the ending credits.)
*** Brodie is seen running a comic book store, even though at the end of ''Mallrats'' he went on to host ''Series/TheTonightShow''. There is a large poster in the store of a ''Variety'' article with the title "Brody Bolts" indicating that he left the show of his own accord.
** ''Film/ChasingAmy'':
--->'''Holden:''' It's times like these I really miss dating a lesbian.
*** And later, on the set of the ''Bluntman and Chronic'' film, the director tells Banky he's a tracer, not an inker, and that ''[[DramaticIrony no one ever had the heart to tell him.]]''
*** The first few bars of the ''Film/ChasingAmy'' theme (Dave Pirner's "Tube Of Wonderful") plays when Jay and Silent Bob go visit Holden.
*** Holden's first words to Jay and Silent Bob when they show up mirrors Jay's line to Holden at the beginning of his scene in ''Film/ChasingAmy'': "Look at these morose motherfuckers right here. Looks like someone took a shit in their cereal." (This even receives a LampshadeHanging in a deleted scene; Holden says he's been waiting years to deliver the line.)
*** A fan of ''Bluntman and Chronic'' is called a "fucking cocknocker" by Banky early in ''Film/ChasingAmy''. Here, the film adaptation of ''Bluntman'' features a villain called the Cocknocker.
*** When Jay is trying to get Silent Bob to say what he's trying to communicate out loud, he says that Silent Bob can 'Give that Amy speech whenever he wants.'
** ''Film/{{Dogma}}'':
--->'''Jay:''' The whole fucking world's against us, man, swear to God!
*** Jay drops a surprisingly subtle one towards the beginning of the film:
---->"You don't know "Jungle Love"? That shit is the mad notes. Written by God [[{{Dogma}} Herself]] and sent down to the greatest band in the world -- The motherfucking Time!"
*** Judd Nelson, who had received praise from Jay for his performance in ''TheBreakfastClub'' as the only part Jay found watchable ("that dude was fucking harsh"), appears here as a Utah sheriff.
*** The Buddy Christ from ''{{Dogma}}'' appears on the dashboard of a nun who gives Jay and Silent Bob a lift.
*** Jay and Silent Bob met the girl gang at a Mooby's.
*** TheStinger shows [[AlanisMorissette God]] in a white void closing a book labeled "ViewAskewniverse," smiling and giggling all the while.
* CutHisHeartOutWithASpoon: Oh yes.
-->"All you motherfuckers are gonna pay. You are the ones who are the ball-lickers. We're gonna fuck your mothers while you watch and cry like little whiny bitches. Once we get to Hollywood and find those Miramax fucks who are making ''Bluntman and Chronic'', we're gonna make 'em eat our shit, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment then shit out our shit]], and then eat their shit [[ShapedLikeItself that's made up of our shit that we made 'em eat]]. And then all you motherfucks are next. Love, Jay and Silent Bob."
* DescriptionCut: Justice claims that Jay "has manners", whereupon we immediately see Jay screaming obscenities at passersby.
-->"Yo baby, you ever had your asshole licked by a fat man in an overcoat!?"
** In the same conversation she claims her reluctance to use him and Silent Bob as scapegoats is because he's too innocent. Cut to Jay humping the window.
* DiscontinuityNod: Jason Biggs, having not read the script, mistakenly refers to Jay as "Ray". When ABC tried to turn ''{{Clerks}}'' into a TV show in the 1990s, Smith tried to prevent it from happening by exploiting his ownership of Jay (Silent Bob was not in the pilot.) ABC responded by changing the character's name to Ray. (The pilot in question was ''not'' for ''ClerksTheAnimatedSeries'', which--unlike this pilot--was animated, and kept the cast of the original film as well as Smith and Mosier on board.)
** Dante crying out that he "wasn't even supposed to be here today" while monkeys cut open his brain echoes the originally planned ending for ''{{Clerks}}'' where [[spoiler:he gets shot in spite of not having supposed to have been there that day]].
* DramaticIrony: Two instances of the comedic variety. In one scene, the titular duo are posing as extras on a movie set and receive these instructions from the director...
-->'''Director:''' Nobody talk. (''to Bob'') Especially not you.
-->'''Jay:''' (''to Bob'') [[LampshadeHanging That's pretty funny.]]
** The second instance is on the set of the ''Bluntman and Chronic'' film. See ContinuityNod above.
* [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Everything's Better With Monkeys]]
* {{Expy}}: Jon Stewart as a [[Series/TheDailyShow straight-man news anchor.]]
* {{Fanservice}}: Eliza Dushku, Ali Larter, Shannon Elizabeth and Jennifer Schwallbach-Smith at various points during the film.
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: While an attractive news reporter is providing an update on the activities of Jay and Silent Bob, the duo appear right behind her ''on camera''. Jay then makes all sorts of suggestive gestures at her without her ever realizing it.
** While the filming of ''Good Will Hunting 2'' is going on, the scenes are shot from the perspective of the cameras in that movie. Jay and Silent Bob, who have been mistaken as extras, try to walk off the set in the background of the shot while Will has a confrontation with the Ivy League bully from the first film, but are forced back into position.
* FunWithAcronyms: The C.L.I.T. - Coalition for Liberation of Itinerant Tree-dwellers
** And the L.A.B.I.A. - Liberate Apes Before Imprisoning Apes. (CLIT is believed to be a violent, extremist offshoot of LABIA.)
* GassHole: One of the girls' flatulence is so loud it triggers a security system.
* GoodAngelBadAngel: Despite having two shoulder devils, Jay's one shoulder angel is capable of talking him out of dropping his pants in front of Justice. He still promises to [[GoodIsNotNice beat up those two "sucker-punching little bitches]]."
* GroinAttack
--> '''Jay:''' Why do they call you "cockknocker?"
--> '''MarkHamill as Cockknocker:''' Y'know, ''actually'', there's a funny story behind that-hee hee, you're gonna love this, true story--[[spoiler: '''*BOOOM*''']]
* HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday: Jay.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Justice giving herself up to clear Jay and Silent Bob's names.]]
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Well, DUH.
* TheInternetIsForPorn And For Bitching About Movies
-->'''Holden:''' The Internet is a communication tool used the world over where people can come together to bitch about movies and share pornography with one another.
** Critic RogerEbert comments "This is a much more sophisticated idea of the Net than we find in high-tech cyberthrillers, where the Net is a place that makes your computer beep a lot."
* InternetToughGuy: Subverted in that Jay and Bob have never been on the internet before, and have no concept of {{GIFT}} or what a {{Troll}} is and take the trash talk seriously. They also subvert the hell out of this trope by [[spoiler: actually going around the country to beat the crap out of all the bratty kids who insulted them.]]
* JurisdictionFriction: Willenholly is constantly barging onto major crime scenes shouting about how he has the jurisdiction because animals were somehow involved, which falls under his remit as a Federal Wildlife Marshal. This causes resentment from the local authorities... less because of the jurisdiction tension than the fact that he's a complete idiot.
* LawyerFriendlyCameo: Those nice people and their dog in the big green van [[ScoobyDoo look awfully familiar...]]
** When biking through the Miramax lot, Jay and Silent Bob bike through ''Film/{{Daredevil}}'' and a group of Hand ninjas.
* MalcolmXerox: Chaka Luther King (Creator/ChrisRock) as the ''Bluntman & Chronic'' director.
* MeaningfulName: As it turns out, [[Series/LandOfTheLost Marshal Willenholly]].
* {{Meganekko}}: Justice; in fact, it was Shannon Elizabeth's idea for the character to wear glasses ("[[StealthPun Justice is blind]]").
* AMinorKidroduction: The first scene in the film is Jay & Silent Bob, as babies, having their strollers parked next to each other while their mothers run into the convenience store.
* MistakenForTerrorist
* MoneyDearBoy: InUniverse, Gus Van Sant, Creator/BenAffleck and Creator/MattDamon reasoning for doing ''Good Will Hunting 2'': ''Hunting Season'', and ''especially'' Van Sant who is seen counting his stash of money while not directing.
** As is WesCraven during the ''{{Franchise/Scream}}'' scene.
* MythologyGag: A subtle one has Jay wearing a [[{{Clerks}} Berserker]] shirt.
* NeverLiveItDown: Jason Biggs, InUniverse. - "It's never 'Oh you were great in ''Loser''.' It's always [[AmericanPie the fucking pie!]] I'm haunted by it!"
* NewMediaAreEvil: At least to Jay and Silent Bob, who are quite upset with the Internet in general when they learn what people are saying about them.
** [[spoiler: They get their revenge at the end of the movie; they use money earned from likeness rights for ''Bluntman and Chronic'' to travel the country and beat up the people who badmouthed them.]]
* NoodleIncident: When [[DiedrichBader the guard]] tells SilentBob, "and then after, I want you to say 'Oh, what a lovely tea party.'"
** "Oh What a Lovely Tea Party" was also the name of the documentary about this film.
* OddNameOut: Sissy, Missy, Chrissy, and Justice. Later on, after Justice's HeelFaceTurn, one of the others [[LampshadeHanging says she knew something was up]] because Justice didn't fit the rhyme scheme. (At one point, they make an effort with Jessy, but...)
* OminousLatinChanting: After the van explodes and Jay cries out JUSTICE to the sky, the chanting says "Justice is dead! Or so Jay thinks!"
* PingPongNaivete: In ''Strike Back'', Jay is confounded by the fact that you need a ticket to ride a cross-country Greyhound bus. But at the end of ''Film/ChasingAmy'' (chronologically earlier), they take a bus to Illinois, and Jay makes direct reference to the tickets in Silent Bob's pocket. Must have been the weed.
** This was more of a bad cut (for time) than anything. The original scene would have had Jay and Silent Bob getting on the bus and riding in it for awhile before it's discovered that they're in the bathroom smoking a blunt (which is a reference to the Chasing Dogma comic book). The bus drops them off on the side of the road, where they meet George Carlin's hitchhiker character.
* PizzaBoySpecialDelivery
* PreAsskickingOneLiner: Justice, when she finally decides to do the right thing and confront Sissy:
--> Call me [[spoiler:Boo Boo Kittyfuck]], ''bitch''!
* PrecisionFStrike: From Silent Bob, believe it or not.
--> [[PunctuatedForEmphasis The sign! On the back of the van! Said]] "''Critters''! Of '''Hollywood'''!" YOU '''''DUMB FUCK!'''''
* PunnyName: Will Ferrell's character, [[Series/LandOfTheLost Marshall Willenholly]].
** Unintentionally referential, seeing the movie Will Ferrell stars in later on...
*** Whether or not this is HilariousInHindsight or a FunnyAneurysmMoment depends on each viewer.
** From a deleted scene, FBI agent [[SidAndMartyKrofftProductions Sidan Marty]].
* RagingStiffie: Jay's reaction at first seeing [[MsFanservice Justice]]. Complete with soundtrack!
* RefugeInAudacity: Think about it: who doesn't this movie try to offend?
* RunningGag: "Boo Boo Kitty Fuck," the C.L.I.T, people calling Jay a little kid, Jay telling people Silent Bob will suck their dicks.
* SeriesFauxnale: Was meant to be the finale to the View Askewed-verse. But then Kevin got inspired to make ''Film/ClerksII''.
* SelfDeprecation: There's a running gag of characters giving the camera an AsideGlance after mentioning [[LampshadeHanging how dumb the premise of the movie is.]]
* ShoutOut: Again, plenty of them, usually working in tandem with [[TheCameo the cameos]].
** Here's an example of one of the less subtle ones:
-->'''Preppy Student:''' You're no longer the angry young mind you once were. You're just no longer that [[GoodWillHunting good]]... Will Hunting.
** The guard at Miramax studios calls to [[StarWars Echo Base]] on his walkie-talkie.
** The movie poster for Bluntman and Chronic has a similar design and title font to WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries.
** When Mark Hamill gets his hand cut off...[[TheEmpireStrikesBack again]].
** The confrontation in the dam pipe is straight out of ''Film/TheFugitive''.
** Jay's tirade about "supermonkeys" ends up becoming one to ''Film/PlanetOfTheApes'', complete with the "You maniacs!" scene.
* SirSwearsalot: Baby Jay's first word is "fuck", if that tells you anything about the kind of person he grows up into.
** That and the fact that his mom was such a cheap whore. He learned the word from her, anyway.
* SkywardScream: When Jay thinks Justice was killed in the exploding van.
* SpyCatsuit: A quartet of jewel thieves posing as animal rights activists wear these to steal diamonds while the eponymous heroes are duped into freeing animals from the lab next door as a diversion. Also [[ParodiedTrope parodied]], in that the initial introduction to the suit-clad thieves is them explicitly showing themselves off to the camera with overblown, borderline ridiculous body poses to acknowledge how blatant the creators know the {{Fanservice}} is.
* StealthPun: Shannon Elizabeth insisted on wearing glasses because [[IncrediblyLamePun "Justice is blind!"]]
** Likewise, after the van blows up Jay [[SayMyName "cries for Justice."]]
* TakeThat: Holden suggests that idea of a Bluntman and Chronic film is...
--> "...the worst idea since [[Film/ANewHope Greedo shooting first]]."
* TakeThatAudience: Holden: "...a Jay and Silent Bob movie? Feature length? Who'd pay to see that?" [[BreakingTheFourthWall Jay, Bob and Holden then glance aside at the audience.]]
* TakeThatCritics: PlayedForLaughs with the final montage of Jay & Silent Bob beating up the people who poo-pooed them on the Internet.
* TakeYourTime: Much is made of the "three days" that they have to make it to Los Angeles to stop the movie's production. New Jersey to Los Angeles in three days would be a ''brutal'' drive under normal circumstances, let alone all the hitchiking and adventures. Then that plot point is dropped about halfway through.
* ThisIsForEmphasisBitch: Several times, most notably: "''call me Boo Boo Kitty Fuck, bitch!''"
* UnnecessaryCombatRoll: When Willenholly arrives at the movie studio, he takes the time to roll over the hood of his car (really clumsily) before entering the studio to arrest Jay and Silent Bob.
* UnusualEuphemism: When Justice tells Jay that women don't like to be called bitches, and she asks him to call her something nice:
--> '''Jay:''' How about "Boo Boo Kitty Fuck"?
--> '''Justice:''' That's...a start.
* TheViewAskewniverse: As mentioned above, this was originally planned to be the last film in it; this fact is punctuated by [[spoiler: God (Alanis Morrisette reprising her ''Dogma'' role) showing a page within a book that simply says "The End" before closing the book, which has "The View Askewniverse" on the cover. Kevin Smith notes in the bonus features for ClerksII that the "The End" page is actually in the middle of the book. Whether this was intentional or if Smith is covering his ass there is not given.]]
** [[spoiler: If I remember correctly, Smith had no desire to do ''ClerksII'' at the time but was "leaving himself a backdoor" in case he decided to. So it may have been both.]]
** [[spoiler: Kevin Smith did consider the series wrapped up, but with Jason Mewes' drug issues, eventually proclaimed that if Jason got clean, he'd get ClerksII off the ground.]]
* VitriolicBestBuds: The eponymous characters are best friends and have been since childhood, but Jay insults Silent Bob basically constantly and Bob is always giving Jay looks of disapproval.
** Bob's eventual snap and [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech tirade against Jay]] comes off as an expression of the frustration he's been wanting to vent for ''years''.
* WeirdTradeUnion: The Drug Dealers local.
* WhoWouldWantToWatchUs: In addition to the page quote, Alyssa doesn't think anyone would be interested in a movie version of ''Film/ChasingAmy''.
* WTHCastingAgency: InUniverse, on the ''Bluntman and Chronic'' movie. Dante is not happy that he's being played by Judi Dench.
* YouFailGeographyForever: The editing of the movie suggests that Jay and Silent Bob hike from Boulder, CO to Utah with a stolen monkey. This is a distance of over 300 miles, over the Rocky Mountains.
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[[TheStinger What the fuck you think it means? It means I'm joking.]]