Eliza Coupe: I changed as a person when I saw Ace Ventura. Because when I saw Ace Ventura, I became obsessed. I watched the movie as many times as I had to—back then, you couldn't go on the internet and find the script—so I watched it as many times as I could to write my own script of Ace Ventura. Notebook pieces of paper were all over the place. And I'd practice it if my parents had company, or they had a dinner party and it got so obnoxious, I think my parents got a bit concerned because I wouldn't stop doing the voices. Everyone was so annoyed with me. I vowed to myself to never do it again and now when I try to do it, the words don't even come out. Tragic. [source]
"Jane becomes obsessed with Ace Ventura" would be a good plot on Happy Endings.
My friend Shing became obsessed with Ace Ventura too. She could recite all of its dialogue verbatim.
How hot was Jim Carrey in the mid-'90s? All three of his films released in 1994 (Ace Ventura, The Mask, Dumb and Dumber) were adapted into Saturday morning cartoons.
The Dumb and Dumber cartoon features a new character, Kitty, a female pet purple beaver who appears to be smarter than both men. [source]