Fridge: The Final Sacrifice

Fridge Logic

  • Seven years after killing Troy's dad, Satoris and his goons break into Troy's house just ONE DAY after he finally finds the map. Also, exactly why does Satoris want the map? If it's to find the idol, he eventually finds it by himself without using the map at all. If it's to keep other people from using the map, well, near the end of the movie he conducts a little ritual that causes the map to burst into flame, so why even try to steal it the old-fashioned way?
    • Also, Pipper at first disputes the very idea of an idol. "I know what you're thinkin'; me and Thomas searched and found nothin'." Why couldn't they find it, but Satoris can? Also, the very next morning after dismissing the idol's existence, when he and Rowsdower discover Troy has been kidnapped to be sacrificed to the idol, Pipper is able to give Rowsdower perfect directions to the idol.
      • Two theories on that - Either bad writing or Piper was initially lying to discourage Zap & Troy. Once Troy was kidnapped, Pipper had no choice but to tell the truth so Zap can rescue Troy.
    • They break in in broad daylight, and yet none of the unseen neighbors in the crowded neighborhood seem to notice the hooded men with machetes and chainsaws.
    • And isn't it a lucky coincidence that Troy, in escaping from the cult, happened to jump into the truck of an ex-member.
      • Because Eagle Hat is a crowded metropolis?

Fridge Brilliance
  • Remember the huge hill Satoris' Mooks chase Rowsdower up? The one the climactic final battle took place on? Satoris probably used the hook to Batman up the ledge with Troy in tow, and took the rifle as a precaution against Rowsdower or Pipper mounting an assault. Either Rowsdower cut him off from the rifle during their one-on-one duel, or (more likely, since Satoris is a dumbass) he ended up holding the Idiot Ball and neglected the rifle in favor of his torch.

Fridge Horror