Community·Posted on Apr 25, 202110 Moments From Popular Teen Movies That Were Simply UnrealisticTroy Bolton got accepted into Juilliard with no musical theater experience!by brina_3000Community ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community Team The talent show from Mean Girls Paramount Pictures While it's kind of an iconic scene, all of the characters sang inappropriate songs or wore clothes that would have never been allowed in high school. If dress codes have rules about showing your shoulders, how could the Plastics have gotten away with what they wore? Olive's plan in Easy A Fox / FOX Image Collection via Getty While I'm talking about dress codes, Easy A was totally unrealistic. Also, I would like to think that some adult would have learned that Olive was taking money in exchange for spreading rumors. She wasn't that discreet. The dance scene from Easy A Sony Pictures Releasing How did Olive manage to hijack an entire school assembly? The camera scene from High School Musical Disney How could Troy not see the GIANT camera that his friends were putting up and using to record him? Huh? Cher and Josh from Clueless Paramount Pictures They were so mean to each other through 95% of the movie and never saw eye to eye. Not to mention the fact that they're kind of like siblings. How does it make sense that they end up together? The song from 10 Things I Hate About You Disney Maybe I'm being pessimistic, but no high school boy would go that far out of his way for a girl he liked. The entire plot of Sierra Burgess is a Loser Netflix She talked to her "boyfriend" over the phone but used her friend to pose as her while she watched their dates. Need I say more? The ski trip from To All The Boys I've Loved Before Netflix I can understand the rest of the movie as being plausible, but there were almost no adults on this trip. Also, what kind of budget does this school have to be able to afford that giant lodge for an entire weekend? The Burn Book scene from Mean Girls Paramount Pictures It was a stroke of genius for Regina to blame the book on Cady, but all of the teachers seemed to know that Regina was a bully. How come no one suspected her? Finally, Troy's college plan in High School Musical: Senior Year Disney His dad wanted him to go to the University of Albuquerque. He got accepted into Juilliard (after having almost no musical theater experience). And yet, Troy chose to go to the University of California at Berkeley in order to be closer to his girlfriend. What? Honestly, I'm shocked that Troy and Gabriella still want to be together after breaking up in every. single. movie.