This movie came out when I was 8. When I was 8, I was not familiar with airline tickets in any way. So no, I didn’t pick up on the red ticket jacket mixed in with the red napkins in a two second shot. I was focused on the violent physical comedy to come! Also, major plot hole - if that was his ticket, how did they count the correct number of tickets at the airport? If I had picked up on the ticket in the trash, I’d also assume they’d found it when she counts the tickets and isn’t like ‘weird, missing one’.
I don’t understand why this was even necessary, if they were going to be renovating the building - it looks much WORSE now! Just terrible and last minute and trashy - why not set a date, if it’s going to be done, and then at least paint the building properly instead of this terrible one coat can see through the paint monstrosity? I honestly don’t see why this person wasted a ton of money to do a slipshod, terrible unsightly job of things, when the building was being renovated anyway - surely they’re not intending this to be the actual exterior finish, so why do the work twice? Unless you’re just trying to piss people off.
Response to 31 Ways To Be The Worst Person At Panera Bread:
They might not switch over from breakfast until 10:00 - meaning the line isn’t set up for lunch, yet, and having to deal with the people still ordering breakfast while setting up for lunch AND serving lunch can be kind of a hassle.