If Courtney Cox's parents died in a plane crash, why is she so desperate to get out of town BY PLANE? Shouldn't she be all PTSD at the mere mention of a plane rather than desperate to get on one?
Is "Monica", Courtney Cox's co-worker at the rib and chicken place, the real hero of the movie? In her brief appearance, she offers Cox some advice (probably related to why she shouldn't worry about her plane crashing), she takes a big bite of chicken, they hug. When they hug, Monica the co-worker doesn't have the common courtesy to put down her drumstick! She's holding it the entire time, presumably smearing that delicious 11 herb grease all up in Courtney's hair. Since this movie made it impossible to root for the obvious protagonist, He-Man, by not including him in 60% of the movie, I'm standing by my assertion that the person who gets chicken grease all over the people she hugs is the real hero.