Question: Mona enters the house of her son in order to leave a welcome note for her son's housesitter, who is supposed to arrive there the next day. She brings with her the keys to the house in order to leave them for the housesitter. To her surprise, she runs into "the housesitter," who is in fact Dana Carvey, but she thinks it is the housesitter. Carvey had broken into the house the day before. Why doesn't Mona ask Carvey how he got into the house, seeing as she is giving him the housekeys now?
Question: At the end of the movie, it is not Dana Carvey getting run into by the car, but it is a stunt double, as he has a different style of hair than Carvey. However, even after the take with the car accident, the stunt double is still seen lying on the road in front of the car, even after the take has already finished with the accident. Why does the stunt double need to be there in place of Carvey, being that there is no danger to Carvey in this situation?