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Oh man there are so many.
The whole beginning scene with Sid is the most memorble I think.
But one I do adore is "HEY POOPY PANTS WHATS NEW?" when Sheri scalps Hardwick ha ha
I also love the scene when Sheri is putting on her makeup and she has the doll going along the body of the cheerleader making noses and tells her she hasn't cheered her up since she got there ha ha.
The movie is amazing
It's hard to narrow it down, but I do have to agree with @livingdeadgirlnicole1031 Those are some of the best scenes. I also really enjoyed the the intro to the movie actually. I love the way Rob pieces together different clips, violent and erotic, into this creepy grind house style.
I really loved the scene where Wydell and Naish go to the firefly house. With the Slim Whitman song playing, it being in slow motion and the endless amount of time it takes Otis to kill Naish is brilliant.
I loved most of Captain Spaulding's scenes, couldn't get enough of the guy.
I also enjoyed the scene with Baby taunting the cheerleader asking her what B-A-B-Y spelled. Mostly because of the Ramones track in the background haha.
I love the scene where Otis introduces "Fishboy" to Mary while putting her through pure hell. The way he words things, his motions, everything Bill Moselely says and does is just perfect. Other than that, anytime Otis walks into a room... that guitar riff, I think, is part of his character.