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* Pretty much the whole ending: [[spoiler:Jay and Silent Bob offer Dante and Randal the money to buy the Quick Stop; Dante proposes to Becky; and Dante and Randal buy, fix up, and re-open the Quick Stop together]].

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* Pretty much the whole ending: [[spoiler:Jay Jay and Silent Bob offer Dante and Randal the money to buy the Quick Stop; Dante proposes to Becky; and Dante and Randal buy, fix up, and re-open the Quick Stop together]].together.


--->'''Dante''': Can you feel it?
--->'''Randal''': Feel what?
--->'''Dante''': Today is the first day of the rest of our lives.

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--->'''Dante''': -->'''Dante''': Can you feel it?
--->'''Randal''': -->'''Randal''': Feel what?
--->'''Dante''': -->'''Dante''': Today is the first day of the rest of our lives.


** It also speaks to the staying power of Music/TheJacksonFive song itself. ''Nobody'' can resist [[SweetDreamsFuel feeling good]] when this song comes on!

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** It also speaks to the staying power of Music/TheJacksonFive song itself. ''Nobody'' can resist [[SweetDreamsFuel [[SugarWiki/SweetDreamsFuel feeling good]] when this song comes on!


** It also speaks to the staying power of Music/TheJacksonFive song itself. ''Nobody'' can resist [[SweetDreamsFuel feeling good]] when this song comes on!

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** It also speaks to the staying power of Music/TheJacksonFive song itself. ''Nobody'' can resist [[SweetDreamsFuel feeling good]] when this song comes on!on!
** Randal [[CallBack doing the]] ''[[CallBack Wrangler]]'' [[CallBack walk]] again.


** It also speaks to the staying power of the Jackson 5 song itself. ‘’Nobody’’ can resist feeling good when this song comes on!

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** It also speaks to the staying power of the Jackson 5 Music/TheJacksonFive song itself. ‘’Nobody’’ ''Nobody'' can resist [[SweetDreamsFuel feeling good good]] when this song comes on!


* [BigLippedAlligatorMoment Random as it may be], the “ABC” segment is really sweet. Aside from Becky teaching Dante to dance (and seeing him slowly fall in love with her) are all the shots of these normally cynical characters happily dancing along to this classic feel-good song without a second thought.
** It also speaks to the staying power of the Music/JacksonFive song itself. ‘’Nobody’’ can resist feeling good when this song comes on!

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* [BigLippedAlligatorMoment [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment Random as it may be], be]], the “ABC” segment is really sweet. Aside from Becky teaching Dante to dance (and seeing him slowly fall in love with her) are all the shots of these normally cynical characters happily dancing along to this classic feel-good song without a second thought.
** It also speaks to the staying power of the Music/JacksonFive Jackson 5 song itself. ‘’Nobody’’ can resist feeling good when this song comes on!


** It also speaks to the staying power of the Music/Jackson5 song itself. ‘’Nobody’’ can resist feeling good when this song comes on!

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** It also speaks to the staying power of the Music/Jackson5 Music/JacksonFive song itself. ‘’Nobody’’ can resist feeling good when this song comes on!


* The go-cart scene.

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* The go-cart scene.scene.
* [BigLippedAlligatorMoment Random as it may be], the “ABC” segment is really sweet. Aside from Becky teaching Dante to dance (and seeing him slowly fall in love with her) are all the shots of these normally cynical characters happily dancing along to this classic feel-good song without a second thought.
** It also speaks to the staying power of the Music/Jackson5 song itself. ‘’Nobody’’ can resist feeling good when this song comes on!


--->'''Jay''':Hey, hey, the HOLY fucking Bible, son.

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--->'''Jay''':Hey, hey, the HOLY fucking Bible, son.son.
* The go-cart scene.


** Zoom out on Dante and Randal starting one of their {{Seinfeldian Conversation}}s as the picture fades to black and white and Soul Asylum's "Misery" starts playing. Kevin Smith actually had the song cued up on a boom box off-camera, which caught Jeff Anderson (Randal) completely by surprise and ''made him start crying on the first take.'' You know it's a crowner when even the actors get emotional over it.

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** Zoom out on Dante and Randal starting one of their {{Seinfeldian Conversation}}s as the picture fades to black and white and Soul Asylum's "Misery" starts playing. white, all to Music/SoulAsylum's "Misery." Kevin Smith actually had the song cued up on a boom box off-camera, which caught Jeff Anderson (Randal) completely by surprise and ''made him start crying on the first take.'' You know it's a crowner when even the actors get emotional over it.


** Zoom out on Dante and Randal starting one of their {{Seinfeldian Conversation}}s as the picture fades to black and white and Soul Asylum's "Misery" starts playing. They actually started playing the song in the store, which caught Jeff Anderson (Randal) completely by surprise and ''made him start crying on the first take.'' You know it's a crowner when even the actors get emotional over it.

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** Zoom out on Dante and Randal starting one of their {{Seinfeldian Conversation}}s as the picture fades to black and white and Soul Asylum's "Misery" starts playing. They Kevin Smith actually started playing had the song in the store, cued up on a boom box off-camera, which caught Jeff Anderson (Randal) completely by surprise and ''made him start crying on the first take.'' You know it's a crowner when even the actors get emotional over it.

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--> "''Clerks II'' has a dirty mind, but its heart is pure."

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--> "''Clerks II'' has '''"Clerks II''' '''''has a dirty mind, but its heart is pure.""'''''

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--> "''Clerks II'' has a dirty mind, but its heart is pure."
-->-- New York Times critic A.O. Scott's [[http://www.nytimes.com/2006/07/21/movies/21cler.html?_r=0 review]].

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