Corrected entry: In the scene where Sebastian and Anette are in the pool when she hops in she has a blue towel but when she hops out it is white.
Corrected entry: Besides her being a little too virtuous, one of the roadblocks to Sebastian "bedding" Annette was her boyfriend, Trevor. He is mentioned twice in the film, yet the plot ultimately steamrolls over Trevor, as though he never existed.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Sebastian's aunt asks him and Annette to volunteer at the retirement home and Sebastian says yes, she proceeds to show him 'motherly affection'. The actor playing Sebastian was supposed to pretend to "shoot himself in the head" with his hand following this affection, but he raises his hand too early, as the actress playing his aunt carries on longer than he anticipated.
Corrected entry: When Sebastian calls Annette to see if he "left his glasses there" after they hang up you can see a girl in the left hand corner of the screen for a split second. There are actually two girls on the bed in the scene but they deleted the scene so there wouldn't be any nudity in the movie. (00:36:45)
Corrected entry: Before Cecile tells Katheryn about Sebastian bringing her to orgasm, prior to Katheryn entering, Cecile is sitting on the floor with a drink can. When Katheryn knocks on the door, she gets up and puts down the can. When they return to the couch, the can is gone. (00:53:00)
Corrected entry: From the next-to-last scene where Kathryn gets her comeuppance: She's giving her speech and someone runs in and without her having enough time to say anything substantial, on a word or two everyone starts leaving. Then, they've barely been out there for a few seconds when Kathryn gets there, and already all are shaking their heads at her - they haven't even had time to open their booklets, let alone know enough of the contents to know all of Kathryn's deeds and turn against her.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Sarah Michelle Gellar teaches Selma Blair how to kiss, afterwards Sarah pours a drink into a glass which she is holding in her left hand. She takes a sip with the cup in her left hand. The next shot is of Selma, and the glass is in Sarah's right hand. For the next shot, the glass is in Sarah's right hand.