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Toward the end of the film, Jay and Silent Bob meet Holden to accept their likeness rights payment, and during this meeting, Silent Bob tells Holden the story of his former girlfriend, Amy.

Silent Bob explains, in his longest speech to date, that much like in Holden's relationship with Alyssa, he became uncomfortable at the revelation of Amy's sexual past, specifically that she had engaged in a threesome.

Moreover, in the prison scene in Clerks II, Jay wants Dante and Randal to fellate each other in exchange for Silent Bob and him loaning them the money to reopen the Quick Stop and RST.

He may say this merely to get Dante and Randal to humiliate themselves, but after Silent Bob's disgusted look, he retracts the demand.

The characters are shown spending most of their time selling marijuana in front of the convenience store in the Clerks films.

In Clerks: The Animated Series, they were also shown selling illegal fireworks.

Jay and Silent Bob return to their primary business location in front of Quick Stop.

In contrast to Silent Bob, Jay speaks frequently and rudely and often treats people with disrespect or hostility, including Silent Bob.

Jay's excessive cursing seems due to influence from his overbearing mother, who is shown continually using profanity in front of him. In Clerks, the first film to feature the duo, Jay wears a baseball cap.

In a cut version of the same scene, Silent Bob tells Jay that he is a deeply repressed gay man.

Clerks, released in 1994, is the first film to feature Jay and Silent Bob.

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