Bill & Ted Face the Music

Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020)

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Corrected entry: SPOILER ALERT. In Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey, Death was able to bring Bill and Ted back to life because their bodies were still fresh and undamaged, and he was able to put their spirits back in. In this film, Bill and Ted, their daughters, Ted's dad and the historical musicians were all vaporized which meant they would have no bodies to return to and would have been stuck in their spirit form when Death returned them to earth. But for no explainable reason, they all come back in human form.

Gavin Jackson

Correction: The bodies were not a factor in their resurrection. The Reaper was also able to resurrect Station, who were a pair of aliens who had no bodies on Earth.

Vader47000

Character mistake: The Rufus hologram states that he first brought the phone booth to the Chosen Ones (Bill and Ted) in 1989, referencing events of the original film. While that was the year the first movie came out, it took place in 1988 (indicated by the opening title card and dialogue throughout the movie).

Vader47000

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Ted: Please enjoy the first three movements of...
Both Bill and Ted: That Which Binds Us Through Time, The Chemical, Physical, and Biological Nature of Love, An Exploration of the Meaning of Meaning.
Bill: Part One.

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Question: I do not remember seeing Bill and Ted dressed as women (was that actually them?) get in the telephone booth to go get their wives. Was this explained somewhere?

Answer: That was their wives' future selves I believe.

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