Buck: Hey, I stopped smoking cigarettes.
Cindy Russell: Oh, good.
Buck: Isn't that something? I'm on to cigars now. I'm on to a five-year plan. I eliminated cigarettes, then I go to cigars, then I go to pipes, then I go to chewing tobacco, then I'm on to that nicotine gum.
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Continuity: The scene where the elementary school teacher asks his kid what they did that week. After he asks that question and Maizy raises her hand, look at the desk belonging to the girl in the row next to Maizy. It has crayons and other supplies on it. After the teacher calls Maizy's name, the shot goes back to her, showing the girl in the next row's desk completely empty.
Other: At the beginning of the scene where Uncle Buck takes the kids bowling, there is a short clip in which three men wearing red bowling shirts are simultaneously drinking bottles of beer. If you watch the man on the right, he covers the opening with his thumb as he tips the bottle up to his mouth.
Continuity: When Buck is on the highway driving to the house and trying to remember the kids' names, we see a white 4x4 travelling the same speed as him but several lanes over. When it cuts to a shot of the rear of Buck's car, there is a small sedan now in the left lane beside him that wasn't there before.
Revealing: In the scene where Buck causes all the pots and pans to crash while Tia and her mother are hugging, the final of the "reaction shots" is a close up of the two kids. You can see Amy Madigan squeeze their arms as a cue to make their shocked expressions; prior to this Gaby Hoffman was looking up with a neutral expression on her face.