Factual error: There is no way Ben would get his drug test results back the same day. High school athletes are also rarely even tested for drug use, this occurs mostly in Collegiate and Pro sports. Also, when athletes are tested, a witness of the same sex is always present. The urine is then sent to a lab for testing which can take at least a few days.

Factual error: All NJ local police cars follow state law by having valid license plates on the front and back of the car. Only in NYC do they have plates like the one shown at the end: on the front of the car is an all white plate with blue lettering and the four-digit car number.


Continuity mistake: When swimfan85 is trying to talk to Ben and he tells her he has homework to get done, she is talking with the nick name swimfan85 but when she signs off it says "swimfan has signed off." They forgot to add the 85.

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