The Theatrical version probably has 4 cuts for censorship. Besides that each version has a few longer plot-scenes, missing in the other version. Additionally the Final Cut eliminates smaller mistakes in several scenes - mostly in the second act. Especially because of that the Theatrical version of this quite entertaining comedy should definitely be preferred to the workprint. Unlike the following movies of that genre, which were possible because of Scary Movie and its sensational success at the box office, this plot-copy only concentrates on one movie or 1.
Other movies are only referenced for single jokes. In the Theatrical version it is Prince. In the Theatrical version it is just really big. The WP has already shown the title at the beginning and therefor has a black frame now. In the WP she has 8 nipples.
In the Theatrical version it is hairy man's chest. Cindy didn't know anything about it and now she is mad because she wanted to copy her English-homework. Then Buffy tells them about a photo of Drew's body, which has been shown on TV - it was so awful.
Brenda asks: "All the blood? She was wearing a Gucci sweater Buffy: "Already the thought want to make throw up In the Theatrical version the group at the beginning can be seen earlier. After he hinted a hand-job, he lies down on the desk and simulates sex. The principal seems to have fun. We see the sheriff either in front of the desk in the theatrical version or on the desk in the WP.
In the Workprint we see the principal and Doofy longer. The principal also says that the sheriff might come back to Doofy if he needs him. At the beginning the Theatrical version shows the running killer longer. In the Theatrical version he drops a cellphone, then we see Cindy for a moment and then he drops another knife and the gloves. The killer calls Shorty who is lying in his armchair smoking weed. Shorty gets more and more buddies on the phone and everybody is screaming "Wasssssup". Buffy answers that this is a new diet where you can eat as much Junk Food as you like.
Then she bends over the garbage can and throws up. Upright again, she smilingly grabs a pizza and offers some of it to Cindy. Gale looks annoyed. The Theatrical version contains a shot of the gym teacher's face. In the WP we see the broken leg again because of this. The killer stabs her with the knife several times and then puts her guts out. Buffy comments on that, too - with a bloody but still sarcastic smile on her face: "Whatever, Mr. In the Theatrical version we see Buffy more often, but without the bloody face.
In the WP we only see her for a short moment, but with blood on her face. In the Theatrical version Buffy says: "I guess this is the big climax. Hope you don't mind if I fake it.
In the Workprint she says: "Oh look. Four knifes. You're so original. Show's over you idiot. I don't have time for this. Gotta go. Additionally the Theatrical version has another shot of the teacher who now actually decides to jump. She puts it in her pants. There is a close up in the Theatrical version. In the WP the shot is not that close. In the WP the penis comes through the wall one more time and the shot remains the same. In the Theatrical version we see the screen again first, then Brandy and the killer who appears next to her in a closer shot.
In the Theatrical version she says: "She's about to get it on with Shakespeare. The Theatrical version again shows the man we have just seen and then the killer getting the knife out of his cape.
In the Theatrical version we also see the old man taking away the killer's knife. In the WP he sits down again, Brandy stands up and gets stabbed by the young man in the same shot. In the Theatrical version the old woman tags the old man and then Brandy stands up while the young man stabs her in another shot.
The middle part with the stabbing man is identical for 1s. In the Theatrical version, however, she is longer on top. In the Theatrical version we see the inside of the fridge. In the WP we do not. She also gives him a map of her vagina which he adjusts with a compass. The following shot, shortly before Bobby comes up again with a fur ball, is a bit longer in the Theatrical version.
In the WP the shot changes and Bobby turns towards Cindy with a bloody stomach. Doing that, he is holding a bottle of ketchup in his hand. In the Theatrical version she is running along the wall and then kicks the killer through the window. Him flying towards the window in the apartment is filmed in different shots, too. In the Theatrical version she is run over by a car. Scary Movie Comparison: Theatrical version Workprint.