‘High School Musical’ fans baffled by unexplainable plot hole: ‘That part always made me mad’

Morgan Greenwald
·2 min read

TikTok users have certainly found their fair share of “High School Musical” errors recently.

Not too long ago, someone noticed a major mistake toward the end of the movie when Troy and Gabriella are about to sing — and unfortunately for the Disney movie, somebody else has pointed out yet another continuity inaccuracy in the film.

The scene in question is the one where Gabriella doesn’t want Sharpay to find her rehearsing in the bathroom. Suspicious as ever, Sharpay looks around the bathroom for Gabriella — but after kicking in a few stalls and checking herself out in the mirror, she heads out.

However, Gabriella was in the bathroom the entire time Sharpay was looking around — so where did she hide? Well, according to the movie, she was hiding behind the wall that Sharpay passed several times … in plain sight.

At one point, Sharpay looks directly at the spot where Gabriella is supposed to be hiding!

“How did she miss her? How?” TikTok user reggiecreations, who uploaded the video, says as Sharpay walks out of the bathroom. At the end of the video, he jokes that the only way Gabriella could’ve hid in plain sight is with Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak.

Apparently, people have been upset about this continuity error for years.

“LMAOOOOO LITERALLY THAT PART ALWAYS MADE ME MAD,” one TikTok user said.

“Literally eveytime I watch high school musical, I get soooo mad at this part,” another person added.

“i went to this school and looked at this bathroom and legit no way she could of hid there and not be seen,” a third fan wrote. “i think abt this everytime i watch it!”

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