It does look like JJ!
Did you notice that JJ’s last name is Lucai, the same as Quentin’s personal assistant Vickie Lucai.
Butterfly’s real first name is Arlene, like the made up name the Bride used in Kill Bill.
They advertise the FUCK outta Big Red soda. And they don’t even sell Big Red in Tennessee unless the store finds a way to have it delivered to them from Texas.
There’s more, but I’ve just waken up.
I used to see Big Red machines all over Indiana. It musn’t be (for obligatory chase movie obtuseb reference 331) like Coors beer once was. Now someday I will count the number of different configurations there are on Mike’s charger (duck, no duck, I think I even might have seen the Jolly Roger on it once outside the poster art. And why did the artist draw a '69 Camaro with no duck on the hood instead, of a '69 Nova with a duck? And finally isn’t that duck the symbol of Grandpa Simpson’s WWII outfit?
Between myself and 3 friends we had a '67 Charger, a '70 Nova, a '69 Z-28 Camaro and a '78 Nova. The '78 was mine and I did survive a head on with a girl in a yaht sized Buick at about 60 Mph closing speed (me 45, her 15 - she was trying to cross 4 lanes of traffic at a 45 degree angle, had had her license 13 days). Me going the speed limit and being sober was good luck… The only casualty was my Nova, only 23 more payments left… V-8, 4 speed, louder than hell and fast if you picked oponenets carefully(just no Corvettes and nothing older than 1972). This is what I drove the last couple of years I frequented the drive-in where I saw this sort of film in it’s original state. I knew the guy who ran the place and the audio amps were impressive, all tubes about WWII vintage.