There are several scenes that show Bernie (Jack Black) in rehearsals for different community theater musicals. He sings the duet "I've Never Been in Love Before", which ends the first act of Guys and Dolls; he also sings "Seventy-six Trombones" from The Music Man.
Richard Linklater: Appears as one of the 5 deadbeat dads in the 'hand on a hardbody' competition. He's the one wearing a red shirt who attempts to run when the police arrive. In the newspaper article, his picture is the last one on the top row, farthest to the right.
Bernie Tiede, who was first convicted for the 1996 murder in 1999, was later granted an appeal based on the theory that he was in a dissociative state at the time of the killing due to abuse he'd suffered earlier in life.
But on April 22, 2016, a second jury ruled that Tiede should spend the rest of his life behind bars for killing Nugent, 81, and hiding her body in a freezer.