Buscemi, Steve Easter Egg - Waiter!

Steve Buscemi has a long speech about why he won't tip waiters and waitresses in "Resevoir Dogs". In "Pulp Fiction" he plays a waiter, and not a very good one.

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Contributed By: Puck on 09-07-1999
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Special Requirements: A TV, VCR and a copy of both Resevoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction
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Smiddy writes:
And in an Adam Sandler film ("Billy Madison"?), Buscemi has a cameo role where he plays a psycho with a list of "people to kill today". Sandler rings him up and apologises for tormenting him when they were in school. Buscemi crosses Sandler's name off his list and then puts on lipstick.
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Ophelia writes:
OK FREAKER, time for you to double-check your movie trivia! ConAir had Steve Buscemi as the psycho guy on the plane, remember? the one who points out the irony of the fact that their listening to sweet home alabama, by lynard skynard, a band that died in a plane crash, while they're flying in a plane (that later crashes..hmm..) If you check the ConAir credits, he is listed. I checked. Buscemi also stars in Billy Madison (as the forementioned psycho with a list of people to kill) but he is not listed in the credits because he plays a cameo role, which is NOT SUPPOSED to be listed. Mel Brooks played many cameos as did Marty Feldman when comedies were still worth watching.
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Mizz. Mauve writes:
Ok I have got to be one of the biggest Steve Buscemi fans and you guys are unbelievable. Steve was in Con-Air, Billy Madison, and all the other ones. He was an EXCELLENT waiter in Pulp Fiction. His speech in, the best movie of all time, Reservoir Dogs was excellent as well. I know every movie he has been in committed to memory and I have seen over 27 of them, he has been in 71 credited movies. I have a while to go. He isn't always a Psycho. Check out Ed and His Dead Mother, and 28 Days and The Big Lebowski and The Last Outlaw. And he was in the TV series the Adventures of Pete and Pete, he was Mr. Hickle. And he isn't Funny, Freaky, or Weird looking.
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Ali B writes:
Sorry Mizz Mauve, as much as I agreed with everything else you said, and I mean EVERYTHING else, he is funny-lookin'...
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Jeremy writes:
The Adam Sandler movie is Billy Madison. Also, he plays a really drunk psycho guy in Wedding Singer, and a crazy homeless guy in Big Daddy.
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Just Check http://us.imdb.com/Name?Buscemi,+Steve , there you can find a complete list of all his films (including uncredited).
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The BJC writes:
He wasn't the wierd looking guy in Fargo, he was "Funny lookin'"
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duckncvr writes:
I liked Steve in Pete & Pete cause I'd only seen him play a "psycho" type and that was such a cool show.. he was also pretty normal in 28 days as the rehab counselor.. and for the record, I kinda dig him, physically... :)
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Gary writes:
Steve Buscemi was the guy in Billy Maddison. He also played the psycho in Things to do in Denver when you're dead.
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CharPhil writes:
Steve Buscemi was in Con Air. Without a doubt. And Tazz....Steve Buscemi only "hosted" SNL...he was never a cast member.
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roron writes:
Steve Bucshimi is in almost every Adam Sandler movie, i always look for them. there is also an old guy, who is usually a drunk who's in most of them as well. rob Schniders in quite a few too.
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Widowmaker writes:
My favorite Steve Buscemi factoid is that he used to be a firefighter in New York. Immediately after 9/11, he went to one of the stations and stayed a week, working and filling in as a firefighter. My kinda guy.
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Ronin writes:
I think it's just cause he can't look like anything but a psycho. All throughout Fargo he was described as 'the weird looking guy'... 'I don't know, just weird looking'
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brainkisser writes:
I read somewhere that he does a lot of these cameo's and movie roles to finance his own movie's.
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cuz66 writes:
Steve was also on one episode of a short-lived TV show called No Where Man. He played a guy who hadn't left his house in years, due to the conveniences of the Internet. In the end, he was killed when he entered the program and got destroyed by a virus. (Any wonder why the show was short-lived?)
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Carlos writes:
Steve generally plays the archetype role "the voice of reason". Otherwise, he does those cameos, which are not listed in the credits...
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MikeD writes:
He was a drunk pervert in "Tree's Lounge"(1996) which he wrote and directed so he must like roles that he plays the freak. Samuel L. Jackson also has a small role in this film which brings us to the whole Tarantino connections.
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Steve was also in Charlie's Angels too....He played that dude with the dynamite strapped to himself in the airplane at the beginning of the film... - or was he? Because I looked in www.imdb.com, under his name and all his movies, and I didn't see 'Charlie's Angels' there at all...maybe it was my imagination playing tricks on me - I always seem to find myself checking if Steve was in any movies as a star or a cameo...correct me if I'm wrong about my suggestion please!
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Clay Matz writes:
Speaking of animated voice overs, he was the purple monster Randall Boggs in "Monsters Inc". And so much for rejections, tonnes of these comments have typos!
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Doug writes:
Steve Buscemi also played "Crazy Eyes" (how appropriate) in Adam Sandler's "Mr. Deeds". Good stuff!
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Yimmerz writes:
And besides, Steve Buscemi is such an easily recognizable actor, come on!
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Mak7upYurs writes:
OK, Steve was in Con Air and in Billy Madison, it wasn't a look alike. Read the credits.
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papacheesy writes:
"Steve wasn't on Pete & Pete. That was Iggy Pop. " He played Ellen's dad. Iggy Pop played Nona's dad.
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Vladicus writes:
Hello. I just finished watching Resevoir Dogs about 5 min ago, and I just realised that all my life I thought this Steve Buscemi fellow was Quentin Tarantino. He just never seemed Steve-like. I think that maybe the movies Busemi was involed in, Tarantino was too, and I usually just skim the credits, so it turned out to be a case of mistaken identity. But anyway, now I don't have a damn clue in hell who this Tarantino character is... Ahh, well. A new quest in life...
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ADD writes:
And he's also not a half bad guy, I hear. He volunteered anonymously as a firefighter (a job he had taken some time ago) during the World Trade Center disaster to help rescue people from the destroyed buildings. Pretty admirable.
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Bev writes:
You guys are missing one of the best Steve Buscemi performances - "The Imposters". Steve plays the ship's entertainer - Happy - who is anything BUT happy. This is a really funny movie - check it out!
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He was to in Pete and Pete he played Mr. Phil Hickle.
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SiameseBlue writes:
Steve Buscemi also has an animation voice talent - Neil Fleming on Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within. He is also in Armageddon as Rockhound.
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ricci fan writes:
Ever notice that Steve plays a lot of psychos? Fargo he was shotting people around, Armageddon- he had to be all taped up, Con-Air, he was like the worst one there, ("once, I chopped off a ladies head and drove through eight states wearing it as a hat"), and in Pete & Pete, on Nickelodeon, he was kind of a weirdo dad.
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Tazz writes:
OK, Now it's trivia time, notice how Mike Myers Dana Carvey, Adam Sandler, Chris Farley and Steve are all in movies together (Airheads, Billy Madison, Big Daddy, Wayne's World) its because they where all in the old SNL crew where Steve had mostly the nut case role cause he is good at them (Doesn't he do it well!) and one other thing OF COURSE HE IS IN CON-AIR HE SAYS ONE OF BEST LINES IN THERE ( THE IRONY BIT)
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Sara writes:
"and in Pete & Pete, on Nickelodeon, he was kind of a weirdo dad." Steve wasn't on Pete & Pete. That was Iggy Pop.
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deaddudegod writes:
Steve Buscemi was also the voice of Randall in Monsters, Inc. Interestingly enough, he threatened to put someone through a wood chipper, which was the fate that befell him in Fargo.
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