Silver Linings Playbook

Pat and Tiffany score horribly on the dance competition, but it doesn't matter because their lousy score was enough to win the Eagles bet. Nikki comes to the competition, much to Tiffany's surprise, and as Pat goes to talk to her, Tiffany storms out. Pat whispers something in Nikki's ear and they part on good terms. Pat catches up to Tiffany and gives her a letter he wrote to her. The letter says that Pat knew Tiffany wrote Nikki's letter, but Pat doesn't care and that he loves her. They kiss.


Character mistake: At the scene at the dinner table where Pat and Tiffany meet, the prescription drug "Trazadone" is mispronounced with a long A as in "trayzadone." This a fairly common drug used for depression and as a sleep aid. Any nurse or pharmacist could tell you the correct pronunciation. Interestingly, the other lesser known drugs were pronounced correctly.

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Tiffany: I was a slut. There will always be a part of me that is dirty and sloppy, but I like that, just like all the other parts of myself. I can forgive. Can you say the same for yourself, fucker? Can you forgive? Are you capable of that?

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Trivia: This was the first film since Reds in 1982 to earn Oscar nominations in all four acting categories.

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Chosen answer: Their score was pretty bad, but just good enough to win the bet. Getting the money was the important part - they didn't really expect to win the competition.

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