Frasier: And though washing one's hands twenty to thirty times a day would be considered obsessive/compulsive, please bear in mind that your husband is a coroner. Thank you for your call, Jeanine. Roz, whom do we have next?
Niles and Daphne's baby, David, was named in memory of show producer David Angell, who was killed in a plane during the September 11th attacks. See more...
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Continuity: Frasier goes to get a newspaper out of the curbside kiosk, and catches his jacket in it. He places the newspaper to his right on top of the rack beside it and the shot changes to Regan coming out of the florist behind him. Then we see the newspaper in his left hand, without having time to have picked it up.
Revealing: When Reagan drops her bag in the hallway when she is talking to Frasier, a lettuce rolls towards him. It didn't fall from her bag: if you look closely you can see it was tossed into the frame from just outside the camera view, obviously to ensure that it would land at Frasier's feet for the comic effect of him kicking it back to her.
Visible crew/equipment: Towards the end of the show, Marty and Frasier are sitting in the living room talking. Eddie is curled up right next to Frasier on the couch. There are a number of shots focused on Frasier and Eddie and on the bottom of the screen one can see something flick by a couple of times - and in one shot there is definitely a couple of inches of a grey metal pole of some sort, about the thickness of a broom handle.
Continuity: When Roz comes over to meet Simon for their date, she is standing at the door talking and one strap from her shoulder bag is hanging down from the shoulder. The shot from behind her shows both straps are on her shoulder, and then the shot goes back to the front - it's down again. At no time did she adjust it.
Continuity: While Frasier is talking to Daphne about wooing Holly, the wine bottle on the coffee table changes position more than once - from sitting on a book on the left of the tray to being on the bare table on the right and then back again to the left of the tray, but not on the book. Nobody touches it during this time.