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[[Forrest Gump]] is awarded the '''All State Football''' award for his excellent performance on his high school football team. Forrest had consumed my dr. peppers a few hours before he arrived, and was desperately in need of a restroom. After accepting the award, he is confused and does not move from the stage. When asked if he had anything more to say, he said "[[I got to pee]]."
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[[Forrest Gump]] is awarded the '''All State Football''' award for his excellent performance on his high school football team. Forrest had consumed two Slurpees a few hours before he arrived, and was desperately in need of a restroom. After accepting the award, he is confused and does not move from the stage. When asked if he had anything more to say, he said "[[I got to pee]]."
   
 
This event is specific to the [[novel]], but the [[film]] has a similar event in which he is honored on the [[All-America Team]]. In the film, it is [[John F. Kennedy]] who gives him the award, and who is told "I got to pee."
 
This event is specific to the [[novel]], but the [[film]] has a similar event in which he is honored on the [[All-America Team]]. In the film, it is [[John F. Kennedy]] who gives him the award, and who is told "I got to pee."

Latest revision as of 04:43, June 10, 2014

The subject of this article:

  • exists in the Forrest Gump novel canon (including Gump & Co.)
  • is not mentioned in the Forrest Gump film canon

Forrest Gump is awarded the All State Football award for his excellent performance on his high school football team. Forrest had consumed two Slurpees a few hours before he arrived, and was desperately in need of a restroom. After accepting the award, he is confused and does not move from the stage. When asked if he had anything more to say, he said "I got to pee."

This event is specific to the novel, but the film has a similar event in which he is honored on the All-America Team. In the film, it is John F. Kennedy who gives him the award, and who is told "I got to pee."

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