Originally Posted by rhett
You look at how the Final Girl from the first film gets killed off unexpectedly, or how the annoying prankster actually makes it out alive and you see that FRIDAY II also wasn't afraid to subvert the rules and pave its own path.
the fact that Part II introduces a huge camp full of counselors, and then sends half of them off to a party, where they completely avoid the slaughter back at the camp, is something that made it feel a little different to me. I suppose it's something that's more interesting in retrospect, when compared to the films that came afterwards, where pretty much every single character that is set up is either killed by or plays a part in killing the villain. But I think that, along with all the other things you mentioned, definitely give Part II a unique feel.