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Ted has a backpack from which he produces several Chocolate Pudding tins Ted: Here is a treat to make our minor prehistoric pit stop a bit more enjoyable. The fact that he has enough pudding tins to share is a fair indication that he is prepared with other treats as well and it isn't much of a stretch to imagine that an air-headed high school kid from ...


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The way time travel appears to work in the Bill and Ted series is that there is just one unchanging timeline. Travelling back in time doesn’t overwrite existing history or create a branching timeline, anything a time traveller does in the past has already happened. We get a demonstration of this near the end of the film. Early on Ted’s father accuses Ted of ...


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IMHO, Bill and Ted assumed that the castle belonged to King Henry VIII because he was the most famous King Henry of England, and mistook the 1500s for the 15th Century. Probably the only thing that they know about other King Henrys is that there should have been seven before Henry VIII. If the people wore renaissance costumes instead of medieval ones that ...


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In my opinion, the answer to your question is another logic matter in the movie : Rufus: Gentlemen, you can do anything you want, as long as you remember this, no matter what happens, you must get to that report. Got it? All right amigos, (points) that book will tell you the number of any place you want to go. Now, most important, no matter what you do, ...


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If we assume the majority of what we see in the movie is the natural progression of time leading to a future in which Rufus can come from: Bill and Ted do not fail and the world becomes utopia. Therefore, anything needing to happen would happen so that what we had seen up until then would be possible, i.e., time traveling phone booths in front of Circle-K's. ...


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