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Continuity mistake: At the end of the movie, Kevin wants to meet "the L girl" at their stop at 7pm. While Kevin is waiting, the camera goes to the clock. First it says 7pm. After waiting a few minutes, it says 7:10pm. Then when Kevin finally gets to Abby, the clock in the background only says 6:55pm.

Continuity mistake: Kevin's boss pours his glass of wheat grass to the rim, but when he turns (just a second later) it's only 3/4 of the way full.

Continuity mistake: When Kevin and his roommates are playing baseball and having a barbecue on the field, Lance's hair is brown with blond streaks. In the next scene his hair is black again.

Continuity mistake: In the last scene with Kevin and Abby she is wearing a denim jacket. When you see the newspaper picture for the scene she is wearing a leather jacket.

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