Corrected entry: In the scene where Loki wreaks havoc on the Mooby corporates at the Mooby Products International headquarters, outside the office window, you can clearly see the very same New Jersey church that Bartleby and Loki were venturing to.

Correction: Those are actually two different churches, but they are only about 3 miles apart.

Corrected entry: At the end, he clearly fires about 200 bullets out of a half-full Mac 10 clip, which would have been approx. 15 rounds. A Mac10 fires around 15 rounds per second, yet he holds that trigger down for about 10 seconds.

Correction: This was the gun that appeared in Azrael's hand in the bar. Guns summoned into existence by demons can safely be presumed magical.

Corrected entry: When Loki and Bartleby are on the bus, after Loki shoots the adulterer and they exit the bus, why do Loki and Bartleby start walking in the opposite direction to which they were headed?

Correction: If they had just begun the bus ride, it would be easier to walk back to the station..

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Continuity mistake: When Silent Bob renders the demon disabled by using the anti-odour spray, you see him take the spray out of his coat and spray with his thumb. However, it cuts to a front view, and he is clearly seen using his index finger. It then cuts to Bob's rear, and he is, again, spraying with his thumb.

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Bethany: You're saying that having beliefs is a bad thing?
Rufus: I think it's better to have ideas. You can change an idea. Changing a belief is trickier.

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Trivia: Kevin Smith once happened upon a demonstration against this movie by a group of Catholics. Since nobody recognized him, he simply joined in.

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