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** "Hey, Mom, can we get some meatloaf?!" Thank Machinima/{{Supermarioglitchy4}} for that one.

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** "Hey, Mom, can we get some meatloaf?!" Thank Machinima/{{Supermarioglitchy4}} Creator/Supermarioglitchy4 for that one.



** Creator/BradleyCooper as Sack. He had a number of fans from ''{{Series/Alias}}'' but it would be a long time before his big breakout role in ''Film/TheHangover''.

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** Creator/BradleyCooper as Sack. He had a number of fans from ''{{Series/Alias}}'' ''Series/{{Alias}}'' but it would be a long time before his big breakout role in ''Film/TheHangover''.


* MoralEventHorizon: If Sack's [[JerkJock mere]] [[YourCheatingHeart personality]] didn't make it clear enough how despicable he is, the fact that he's willing to "accidentally" ''shoot someone'' (it's unlikely he'd care if he killed Jeremy or John instead of simply wounding them), definitely crosses the line.

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* MoralEventHorizon: If Sack's [[JerkJock mere]] [[YourCheatingHeart mere personality]] didn't make it clear enough how despicable he is, the fact that he's willing to "accidentally" ''shoot someone'' (it's unlikely he'd care if he killed Jeremy or John instead of simply wounding them), definitely crosses the line.


* ValuesDissonance: The two leads are characterized as decent guys who are doing something that is somewhat immoral but ultimately harmless. Their actions would be viewed much less sympathetically in modern times, as having sex with women under false pretenses in this fashion could be considered [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rape_by_deception rape by deception]].

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* {{Narm}}: Sack is such an over the top {{Jerkass}} every single second he's on screen that it's impossible to believe he's considered such a catch.


* HarsherInHindsight: As mentioned above, it's a bit hard to watch John's HeroicBSOD when Owen Wilson was struggling with depression and contemplating suicide back in 2008.

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* HarsherInHindsight: As mentioned above, it's It's a bit hard to watch John's HeroicBSOD when Owen Wilson was struggling with depression and contemplating suicide back in 2008.


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* ValuesDissonance: The two leads are characterized as decent guys who are doing something that is somewhat immoral but ultimately harmless. Their actions would be viewed much less sympathetically in modern times, as having sex with women under false pretenses in this fashion could be considered [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rape_by_deception rape by deception]].


** Creator/VinceVaughn and Creator/RachelMcAdams worked together again on a ''very'' different project, Season 2 of ''Series/TrueDetective''.
** Creator/OwenWilson and Creator/RachelMcAdams play a couple that love each other. Six years later in ''Film/MidnightInParis'', they act as a couple out of convenience.


** "Ah, the meatloaf!" Thank Machinima/{{Supermarioglitchy4}} for that one.

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** "Ah, the meatloaf!" "Hey, Mom, can we get some meatloaf?!" Thank Machinima/{{Supermarioglitchy4}} for that one.

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Much of Gloria's behavior towards Jeremy can come off as extremely manipulative, if not outright ''[[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale abusive]]''; for some viewers, this can make it difficult to view it as a HappyEnding when [[spoiler:they get married at the end]]. Among other things: she angrily pours rubbing alcohol on a bleeding wound when Jeremy [[AManIsAlwaysEager tries to turn her down for sex]], she ties him to a bed and ''[[DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale forcibly has sex with him]]'' against his will, and she falsely claims to be a virgin after they sleep together for the first time (possibly to guilt-trip Jeremy into staying with her longer).


* HarsherInHindsight: As mentioned above, it's a bit hard to watch John's HeroicBSOD when Owen Wilson was struggling depression and contemplating suicide back in 2008.

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* HarsherInHindsight: As mentioned above, it's a bit hard to watch John's HeroicBSOD when Owen Wilson was struggling with depression and contemplating suicide back in 2008.


* MemeticMutation: "Motorboating".

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* MemeticMutation: "Motorboating".MemeticMutation:
** "Motorboating".
** "Ah, the meatloaf!" Thank Machinima/{{Supermarioglitchy4}} for that one.


** John (Owen Wilson) is seen reading a self-help book written for the suicidal (called "Don't Jump! Life is Worth Living!") Where exactly was this book when Owen Wilson really did attempt suicide in 2008?

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** John (Owen Wilson) is seen reading a self-help book written for the suicidal (called "Don't Jump! Life is Worth Living!") Where exactly was this book when Owen Wilson Creator/OwenWilson really did attempt suicide in 2008?



** Owen Wilson and Creator/RachelMcAdams play a couple that love each other. Six years later in ''Film/MidnightInParis'', they act as a couple out of convenience.

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** Owen Wilson Creator/OwenWilson and Creator/RachelMcAdams play a couple that love each other. Six years later in ''Film/MidnightInParis'', they act as a couple out of convenience.

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* HarsherInHindsight: As mentioned above, it's a bit hard to watch John's HeroicBSOD when Owen Wilson was struggling depression and contemplating suicide back in 2008.


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** Owen Wilson and Creator/RachelMcAdams play a couple that love each other. Six years later in ''Film/MidnightInParis'', they act as a couple out of convenience.


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* NightmareFuel: Though it's PlayedForLaughs, the BlackComedyRape / DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale of Jeremy, being unvoluntarily tied up and gagged while sleeping. And Gloria acting very {{Yandere}}. And it doesn't end there. [[DepravedHomosexual Gloria's closeted brother]] comes in and pretends to do the same thing.


* MoralEventHorizon: If Sack's [[JerkJock mere]] [[YourCheatingHeart personality]] didn't make it clear enough how despicable he is, the fact that he's willing to "accidentally" ''shoot someone'' just for kicks (it's unlikely he'd care if he killed Jeremy or John instead of simply wounding them), definitely crosses the line.

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* MoralEventHorizon: If Sack's [[JerkJock mere]] [[YourCheatingHeart personality]] didn't make it clear enough how despicable he is, the fact that he's willing to "accidentally" ''shoot someone'' just for kicks (it's unlikely he'd care if he killed Jeremy or John instead of simply wounding them), definitely crosses the line.

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* MoralEventHorizon: If Sack's [[JerkJock mere]] [[YourCheatingHeart personality]] didn't make it clear enough how despicable he is, the fact that he's willing to "accidentally" ''shoot someone'' just for kicks (it's unlikely he'd care if he killed Jeremy or John instead of simply wounding them), definitely crosses the line.


** [[JerseyShore The butler calls the family dog a word that sounds like (or is) "snooki."]]

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** [[JerseyShore [[Series/JerseyShore The butler calls the family dog a word that sounds like (or is) "snooki."]]

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