posted on May, 24 2015 @ 12:22 PM
originally posted by: Mugly
That's the answer. It was an obscure thing that was cut from some DVD releases for some reason. He was so obsessed with the drink, that he had to use
Carnation powdered coffee creamer.
My best recollection (been about two years since I last watched, sadly), is that Walter wasn't necessarily religious prior to converting to Judaism,
but dabbled in pacifism. I seem to remember Dude commenting on it while lacing his bowling shoes (Catholic, I think Polish Catholic due to the last
name), in the context of being scheduled to roll on Shabbas… but am not 100% certain.
There's a name of a prominent person Dude invokes at one pivitol point in the movie, which is not written in the script. It's a complete ad-lib by
Bridges. Who is it? (I made that one hard, if you get, you're an expert-level-Dudist.)