Best in Show

Character mistake: When Bob Balaban is talking about how his ancestor founded the Mayflower Dog Show in 1875, he points to a painting which is meant to depict that time. However, the clothing in that painting is demonstrably from the 1860s - styles had changed radically by the 1870s.

Continuity mistake: Keep an eye on the audience members sitting behind Fred Willard and his partner during the final show scene. The man between them changes from an asian man in a pea green coat to a caucasion man in a tux within the same scene.

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Gerry Fleck: She had dozens of boyfriends,
Cookie Fleck: Hundreds,
Gerry Fleck: Hundreds?
Cookie Fleck: Yeah, hundreds.
Gerry Fleck: Well, I did not know that.

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Trivia: This isn't really a mistake, but it is pretty humorous. When Hamilton and Meg enter the airport with their dog, a "No Dogs Allowed" sticker can be seen on the sliding door.

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