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20 things you (probably) didn’t know about The Breakfast Club

Did you know Judd Nelson said "Eat my shorts" in John Hughes movie The Breakfast Club a full six years before Bart Simpson made it his catchprase? Did you also know that "Don't have a cow man" was coined in another John Hughes film, Sixteen Candles?

We know this because we've been busy compiling this list of 20 things you (probably) didn't know about The Breakfast Club and our head is spinning with utterly useless John Hughes movie trivia. Dig in...

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