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a hotel. The go the the Valley Sheridan.
Randy. After Randy fights Tommy, he and Julie leave in the limo Tommy paid for.
Her friends want her to. Her friends put a lot of pressure on Julie because Randy isn't one of them.
Hollywood. Randy introduces her to his culture.
The Val party. She sees him at the beach, but they don't 'meet' until the party.
Nicolas Cage. This was a long time before he got really famous.
health food store. Although Julie would have been much happier had they owned a Pizza Hut, she worked as a waitress for them - "flexible hours!"
Josie Cotton. Her albums include "Convertible Music" (1982) and "From the Hip" (1984).
Valley Sheraton. In the limo leaving the prom, it's implied that Julie and Randy use the room instead.
She throws it out the limo window.. Julie decides to no longer be influenced by her friends, and drops Tommy for Randy.
Woody Woodpecker. It's on her left shoulder. "Try two days with no phone calls. I'm just totally not in love with you anymore, Tommy."
I'm just returning this book.. Instead of finding Suzi's stepmom, he finds Suzi. They hook up and are happily dating for the rest of the movie.
Bad karma, dear.. Julie's hippie parents encourage her to become her own person.
totally gnarly birth control.. This is the opening conversation in the Galleria, heavily laden with Valley-speak.
death wish. Julie says this to Randy after he sneaks back into Susie's party.
I Melt With You. Sung by the band, Modern English, "I Melt With You" became their biggest hit that dominated MTV and radio, and that also became the epitome of the perfect pop songcraft of the 80's. It's a song that lots of people just loved and still do love (myself included), that I personally believe will therefore always be remembered. Here's some of its lyrics for all to enjoy:
"Moving forward using all my breath
Making love to you was never second best
I saw the world thrashing all around your face
Never really knowing it was always mesh and lace
I'll stop the world and melt with you
You've seen the difference and it's getting better all the time
There's nothing you and I won't do
I'll stop the world and melt with you."
Well, like you've now reached the end of this here valley quiz, and I hope like for sure you did sooo totally gnarly on it! Like way cool and like sooo way to go, ya know! :)
On a more serious note, though: I'd just like to say thanks for playing along, and I do hope you had fun.
Girls Like Me. This is a fun song sung by Bonnie Hayes and the Wild Combo. It's off of her first album "Good Clean Fun" that was released by Slash Records in 1982. Another hit from that album was "Shelly's Boyfriend," for which including "Valley Girl" has been in a few movies. Bonnie Hayes and the Wild Combo went on to record a second album entitled "Brave New Girl," however, I read she and her band folded shortly thereafter. From my research on Bonnie Hayes, I found that she has gone on to be a renowned songwriter and has written songs for artists such as: Huey Lewis and the News, Robert Cray, Bonnie Raitt, Cher, and Bette Midler.
Yes. Randy rescued Julie from Tommy at the prom after he and Tommy had yet another fight. Randy and Julie ran out of the prom after starting a food fight and hopped into the limo that Tommy had rented. The driver drove off and assuming that Randy and Tommy were one of the same, asked Randy this, "The Valley Sheraton, Sir?" Randy responded with a simple, "Yeah." So, by this, it is implied that the Valley Sheraton reservations were indeed kept, but not by Tommy and Julie, but by Randy and Julie.
Plastic (Credit Cards). At the very beginning, you can clearly see a Mastercard being scanned once and a Visa being scanned twice.
"Suzi's mom" finds "Suzi" with Skip. Skip was Suzi's love interest. The only problem with that was that Skip was more interested in Suzi's mom than Suzi at first. That was until he went over to Suzi's hoping to find her mom, and ended up finding Suzi instead, and finding her in the shower at that. The next scene showed Suzi's mom coming home and walking in on Skip and Suzi in bed. So, I suppose one could assume that Skip must have had a change of heart once he saw Suzi naked in the shower!
No. No, I made that one up. The actual tagline for this movie went like this: "She's cool. He's hot. She's from the Valley. He's not."
2. Randy was seen working at the movie theater collecting their tickets as Julie and Tommy and Stacey and her date were going inside. He was then seen working as a car-hop who brought them their food and where Tommy told him he forgot their french fries and Coke. Randy responded with a funny line that goes something like this, "Ahhh, well Peter Piper picked a pepper, I guess I did, ha, ha, ha!" and he then deliberately spit his chewing gum on Tommy. I don't know exactly what it is about this scene that makes me laugh so much, but it just does every time I watch it! Too, too funny, I think!
Hollywood High. Randy told Julie he went to Hollywood High when they were at the club that Randy took Julie and Stacey to in his part of town. Fred responded that he went there too when he heard Randy tell Julie this. Julie and her friends, of course, went to Valley High; I mean like for sure, they are the "Valley Girls" like don't ya know? :)
bathroom shower stall. Tommy started a fight with Randy when he spotted him talking with Julie at the party. Randy then got physically thrown out of the party during the fight by Tommy's friends, and he and Fred then left. But Randy was just a tidbit mad and told Fred he really liked that girl and wanted to know who in the he** that guy who started the fight thought he was. Randy then decided that nobody was going to tell him who he could or could not score with and they headed back to the party. When they got back, Randy climbed into the bathroom through its window where he hid in the shower stall waiting for the off chance that Julie would sooner or later come into the bathroom. All his waiting through countless others using the restroom finally paid off when he peeked over the shower door and sure enough there she was freshening up in front of the mirror. He then took her by surprise when she looked up and through the mirror saw him standing directly behind her. Gosh, what a way to get a girl's attention, huh?
False. Tommy did make out with Julie's friend, Loryn, at Suzi's party, but Julie never caught them. In fact, throughout the entire movie, she never even found out or knew anything about it. Like she would have really cared, though, right? I mean like she was just so totally fed up with Tommy anyway, for like she stated in the movie, "Like he's so juvenile, Stacey." and "God, he's such a total pukeoid."
23727 Sierra Vista. You can hear this address repeated several times at the beach on the same day of the party, once by Loryn telling a friend and then again when Fred told Randy.
False. Randy and Julie actually first saw and caught each other's eye at the beach earlier in the day on the same day of the party.