Jarod's Pretend: Special Effects Coordinator
Jarod's Discoveries: Model Cars, Frankenstein's monster, 'B' horror movies
Jarod is in possession of Catherine Parker's diary.
Angelo's real first name is Timmy.
Broots: People think spontaneous combustion is a myth. I don't. I wouldn't be caught dead with a book of matches in my pocket.
Jarod: I carved the design for what later became the AMC Pacer out of a bar of soap. Wasn't my best work
Jarod: I built the Empire State Building once.
Jarod: Sometimes the destination isn't as important as the journey.
Miss Parker: Well, where on your journey...did you find that surveillance tape?
Jarod: In one of your mother's safe deposit boxes.
Miss Parker: Like her wedding ring and her medical file?
Jarod's surname: Lugosi (referring to famous horror film star Bela Lugosi)
Mr. Connelly:: Now, doesn't that beat talking frogs?
During the 1997 Super Bowl, Budweiser aired commercials with three frogs that simply said 'Bud', 'wise', and 'er'. The frogs were such a hit that they continued to be used in the commercials (in some form or another) for next few years.
Jarod:: Like Pavarotti.
Luciano Pavarotti is an Italian singer. The launch of his career was in a production of La Fille du Regiment at New York's Metropolitan Opera. Responding to Pavarotti's aria containing nine effortless high Cs, the audience erupted in a frenzied ovation, and the young tenor's reputation soared into the stratosphere. His recordings are consistent best sellers, and include collections of arias and recital programs, a live concert from Carnegie Hall, and anthologies of Neapolitan and other Italian songs.