Bloopers so good that they kept them in the movie
Bloopers happen. In fact, once in a rare while, they're actually a good thing. A film is a large and largely collaborative effort. Scripts get rewritten all the time when a director or actor or designer gets an idea on the fly, and it's immediately incorporated into the film because it's exciting, it's dynamic, and it makes sense for the look, feel, or plot of a movie. Actors contribute to this dynamic in their own unique way. They make a mistake, flub a line, or react in the moment in what seems to be out of character … but it just works! These bloopers were so good, the filmmakers ended up actually keeping them in the movie.