Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Heather. It happens during one of Heather and Oz's phone sex attempts. Her flat mates come in, and she asks Marco to get his sports balls off of her.
Jim. Jim is talking to Oz. He proceeds to express his opinion that Ariel is hot. To which Oz says "she's a mermaid, dude". And then they argue about it a bit more.
Trumpet. You can see him playing a trumpet during practices. The really noticeable part is when the band plays at the end when they are at Robard's, and at a couple of the practices.
Eugene Levy. Eugene acts in other movies, such as "Cheaper by the Dozen". He is a very well-known actor. The only role he has in this movie is being the MACRO.
Orange. There is really only one time you see the color of their shirts, and that is when Matt first shows up at camp at the beginning of the movie. There is writing on their shirts, but the camera is too far away to read them.
It fogs up.. While Ernie is watching with his robot, he decides to change the camera with an anti-fog lens after the first one gets fogged up while Matt watches the first "show". This happens towards the beginning of the movie.
On a blanket. They kiss while sitting on a blanket on open land about two-thirds of the way through the movie, and also after the audition at Robard's. They kiss at the end when Matt helps Elise get the scholarship.
Bagpipes. The duel occurs in the middle of the movie. Matt first plays the triangle, but leaves and gets his bagpipes that win the duel. It's not really an important part in the movie but an interesting one.
Morale. It is spelled out in an acrostic on the sign outside of the office, which you only see about three or four times throughout the movie. MACRO stands for Morale and Conflict Resolution Officer. The MACRO's job is to keep the band camp in order.
Noel Levenstein. Noel is in everyone of the preceding "American Pie" movies, and each of the present A.P movies. He is a nice person in the movie compared to "Stiffy".
Elise. Brandon is found to have plagiarized, and therefore is disqualified, so Dr. Choi gives it to Elise after her "audition". Elise is the Senior drum major for East Great Falls and one of the nicest people you will see in the movie.
East Great Falls, Michigan. This city is part of the address that is on the postcard that Steve sends him. It is found that the town they live in takes after East Grand Rapids. This is one of the locations besides Tall Oaks where the movie was filmed.
Scott. Scott Stifler was a character in "American Pie Presents: The Book of Love." He played basketball at East Great Falls High School and threw parties at his house. Scott was played by John Patrick Jordan. John Patrick Jordan has made appearances in episodes of the television shows "Cold Case," "CSI:Miami," and "Mad Men."
Edgar and Rock. During the "American Pie" series, Dwight and his fraternity, the Beta House, feuded with other fraternities on campus, mainly the Geek House and the Lambda Pi Gamma House. Naturally, Dwight had a rivalry with the presidents of the other fraternities. Edgar was the president of the Geek House and Rock was the president of the Lambda Pi Gamma House.
Yes. In "American Wedding," Steve accidentally destroyed the flowers for Jim and Michelle's wedding ceremony. His actions and subsequent obnoxious behavior angered the wedding party. Steve redeemed himself by enlisting a local florist and his football team to make a new floral arrangement for the wedding at the last moment.
He played a prank on the band.. Matt was sent to Tall Oaks Band Camp the summer before his senior year. He was being punished for a prank he had pulled on the school band during the graduation ceremony. He was caught vandalizing the band's instruments before the ceremony.
He was a temp at an investment firm.. In previous movies, Steve worked as both a football coach and a movie director. At the beginning of "American Reunion," Oz worked as a sportscaster and Steve worked as a temp at an investment firm. Steve eventually quit his investment job to attend his high school reunion.
Jeanine. Jeanine Stifler appeared in the first three "American Pie" movies and in "American Reunion." The post prom party at the end of "American Pie" was at her cottage house. She also visited the lake house at the end of "American Pie 2" and attended Jim and Michelle's wedding at the end of "American Wedding." In "American Reunion," Jeanine spent time with Noah Levenstein at Steve's party.
East Great Falls High School. The Stifler family attended fictional East Great Falls High School in Michigan. The mascot was the Trailblazers and the school colors were blue and yellow. Steve played lacrosse and Scott played basketball at East Great Falls High School.
Matt. Matt played the song "Play That Funky Music" on the bagpipes on stage in the movie "American Pie Presents: Band Camp." He won a musical duel against his rival, Brandon.
Dwight and Eric. Dwight and Eric were in the Beta House fraternity in "American Pie Presents: Beta House." Dwight was the pledge master of the Beta House and Eric was pledging the fraternity as a freshman.
Jim. Jim Levenstein is the central character of the first three "American Pie" movies. He is not related to the Stifler family. Scott Stifler appeared in "American Pie Presents: The Book of Love," Dwight Stifler appeared in "American Pie Presents: Beta House" and Steve Stifler appeared in the first three "American Pie" movies and returned for "American Reunion."