Continuity mistake: When Chaplin's character is waiting for Georgia to come to dinner, a horse walks in and bites one of the napkin settings that was rolled in the glass. Chaplin takes the setting away from the horse, pushes the horse out, sits down at the table, takes the setting out of his own glass, puts it in the empty glass, and puts the chewed napkin setting in his pocket. Now his glass is empty. He falls asleep, dreams, and wakes up with the chewed setting in his glass when it was empty before he fell asleep.
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