Best comedy TV mistakes of 1999
Continuity mistake: As the power builds up in Bender, his left eye pops out, making him a cyclops, subsequently being eaten by the Cyclops eater. After the monster dies, Bender comes out, and has two eyes in the long shot, but puts his left eye back in the close up.
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Plot hole: In "Pranks A Lot", Patrick and SpongeBob scare Sandy. When Sandy runs, gets into her rocket and flies away. When she moved bubbles appeared meaning there's water in her tree house. There's no water in there in other episodes because she's a land animal and breathes air.
Continuity mistake: After Carlos sees the snake on the pole he leaps off the roof onto the pole. When he jumps you can see it's quite a distance from the roof. After catching the snake he is holding onto the pole and asks to be helped back onto the roof. The other characters just put their hands out and pull him up. There was no way with the distance between the pole and the roof they could have come close to reaching him the way they did.
Factual error: When Mike is describing his attempted invasion of Paris to the TA officers, he mentions going on Space Mountain at Disneyland Paris. However, Mike says that it happened in 1994, which must be correct, as the officers in an important interview like this would pick him up on the inaccuracy. Space Mountain did not open until 1995.
Visible crew/equipment: When Shirley and Todd come into the house with their broken legs, they talk to Tom and Linda. Close-ups of each actor are shown when they are talking, but when we cut to wide shots of all 4 of them, the boom mike is shown at the top of the screen several times.
Continuity mistake: In "Laugh, Ed, Laugh", when Eddy is gambling with squirrels, he picks up a bunch of nuts, primarily acorns and only a couple of peanuts. But next shot later when he yells, "Suckers!", there are more peanuts shown.
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