Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey Easter Egg - Read It Backwards

The film's villain is named Denomolos, a reversal of screenwriter Ed Solomon's name. Ed (who went on to write "Men in Black") and his co-writer Chris Matheson appear in the New Age seance scene.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 10-03-1999
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Lone Star writes:
Be excellent to each other...
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Trivimaster writes:
Radical, dude! Station! I never noticed it ,dude! Thanks for telling me ,dude! Excellent!
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MTRXHZU writes:
During the seance scene, when Missy finds the incantation to banish Bill and Ted's "evil" spirits, she is saying "Ed and Oris* will rule the world" backwards. You can read it if you have your closed captioning feature on. (*Seeing the names of the writers, I bet Oris is supposed to be Chris.)
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bbX writes:
The writers also appeared in the first film as 'stupid waiter' and 'ugly waiter' at the ice-cream parlor. In Bogus Journey they appear as 'stupid seance member' and 'ugly seance member'.
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Qix77 writes:
A lot of my friends liked this movie but I hated it. I loved the first one much better to where I felt that this one just got out of hand. But I'm not saying that it sucked... I enjoyed it for the first time.
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BOMIS writes:
Actually it spells Solomon Ed, like if it was listed by last name first.
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Actually, Ed Solomon spelled backwards is Nomolosde. However, if you rearrange the letters...
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