Continuity mistake: Frasier is just saying goodbye to Niles and we can see the brochure for Daphne's reception to the left of his sherry glass. When he stands up and shouts "Daphne!" the brochure has moved about 6 inches to the right, even though no one touched it.
Continuity mistake: In the conference room, Frasier says, "I just said that," and the shot shows his arms resting on the table with his hands up, gesturing. The next shot, from the side, shows him leaning back in his chair with his arms right off the table. The shot then goes back to the original position. There was no time for him to move naturally.
Continuity mistake: When Bulldog gets back to the kitchen table after closing the door on Roz's date Ted, there is a large blue casserole dish sitting there - it wasn't there when he went to answer the door. Roz had been hiding the whole time, so she didn't put it there.
Continuity mistake: Near the beginning of the show, Frasier brings Roz a muffin in a bag which she places to the left of her phone (her left). During the scene, the bag shifts from being near the console to being back to left of the phone. At one point Frasier and Roz leave the booth, then come back in, and it has moved in the meantime.
Continuity mistake: Frasier and Martin are in the kitchen and Marty gets some chips out of the cupboard next to the fridge. As he leans down to pet Eddie we can see a bag of blue chips still in the cupboard - but when he straightens up to talk to Frasier, we see a red bag in the cupboard, not the blue one (the camera angle remains the same).
Continuity mistake: Frasier is sitting on the couch watching Wheel of Fortune and eating, with a plate on his stomach. As he talks to Niles he places the plate on the coffee table. Niles says "Are those profiteroles?" and Frasier gobbles them up. Then we see Frasier put the plate on the table again.
Continuity mistake: In the opening scene, Roz and Frasier are in Cafe Nervosa, and she is snoozing, while a half-eaten muffin sits in front her. As she wakes up and talks to Frasier, the muffin appears whole again. She leaves and Martin comes in and takes her seat. A shot then shows the muffin as half-eaten again, even though no one has touched it.
Revealing mistake: The guy who plays Clive in this episode has one of the most appalling accents I have heard. He's apparently from Manchester, but sounds like a sort of cockney South African. His accent slips around all the time; it's very poor. I wouldn't normally submit it, but his is so shockingly bad I doubt anyone would be fooled into thinking he was British.