Don't just use your grand IQ to decide what lip gloss to wear and how to hit three keggers before curfew. See how much you know about the Heathers, Veronica and keggers with kids at Westerburg High. Come on, it'll be very.
The No. 1 song in America today is "Teenage Suicide (Don't Do It)" by the fictional band Big Fun.
Veronica's favorite is spaghetti, with lots of oregano.
Heather McNamara's color is yellow. Heather Chandler's is red, and Heather Duke's is green. Veronica's is blue.
Heather Chandler is "Queen Bee."
The students listen to a tell-all radio show called "Hot Probs."
Heather Chandler asks Heather Duke if she had a brain tumor for breakfast.
Renée Estevez, who is the younger sister of Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez, plays Veronica's friend, "Betty Finn."
Screenwriter Daniel Waters wanted Stanley Kubrick to direct the movie.
A then-unknown Brad Pitt auditioned for the role of J.D. While he didn't get the part, he went on to get the role of J.D. in "Thelma and Louise."
Lisanne Falk was the young model featured on the cover of Foreigner's album, "Head Games."
Heather Graham wasn't considered for the "Veronica" role. She was considered for the role of "Heather McNamara," but her mother wouldn't allow it.
"That's the stupidest question I've ever heard," was J.D.'s response to Veronica and Heathers' lunchtime poll question. Followed by, "Probably row out to the middle of a lake somewhere. Bring along a bottle of Tequila, my sax and some Bach." How very.
Shannen Doherty (Heather Duke) and Patrick Labyorteaux (Ram) both had roles on the TV show "Little House on the Prairie." Shannen played the character, Jenny Wilder and Patrick was Andrew Garvey.
Lisanne Falk and Kim Walker both appeared in "Say Anything."
You'd be a game show host.
Heather Chandler takes Veronica to a Remington University party.
Christian Slater was inspired by Jack Nicholson.
Mineral water, along with an issue of "Stud Puppy," a candy dish, a Joan Crawford postcard, and some mascara were left at the scene.
It was a wake-up cup full of liquid drainer, given to her by Veronica and J.D.
J.D. promises that Kurt and Ram will be OK because he'll load the gun with "Ich lüge" bullets. ("Ich lüge," btw, translates to "I'm lying" in German.)
Although Heather Chandler has advice about how to fly with the eagles, she doesn't dispense it while calling Veronica a bluebird, a Brownie and a Girl Scout cookie.
"BQ!" Heather Chandler yells to Veronica at the Snappy Snack Shack.
It's one of Heather Chandler's Swatch watches, because she "always said (Veronica) couldn't accessorize."
Heather has the "CliffsNotes for The Bell Jar," by Sylvia Plath.
As Heather grabs her throat and falls through the glass table, she says, "Corn nuts!"
Glenn Shadix, who plays Father Ripper in "Heathers," appears as Otho in "Beetlejuice."
J.D. underlines the word "eskimo," saying, "It's so mysterious. Es-ki-mo."
The only thing different, J.D. remarks, is his locker combination.
Suicide gave Heather depth, Kurt a soul, and Ram a brain.
Before moving to Sherwood, Ohio, J.D. and his dad moved around a lot, including Dallas, Baton Rouge and Las Vegas.
It's the Westerburg High School Rottweilers.
J.D. blackmails Heather Duke with photos of her with Martha "Dumptruck" Dunnstock as kids.
Unknown to them all, J.D. had all the students sign a schoolwide suicide note.
According to J.D., the only place different social types can genuinely get along with each other is in heaven.
After J.D. "kind of flaked out" on her, Veronica asks Martha if she wants to have a movie night.