Corrected entry: When Olly moves back home, he is wearing jeans with a hole in the upper thigh, 7 yrs. later he continues to wear the same jeans with the hole still the same. Usually washing and wearing pants for 7 years would cause a hole to become much larger.
Corrected entry: Ollie rushes into the kitchen at the Hard Rock Cafe before his press conference and he's running late. He's carrying baby Gertie in her carrier, and someone points out that she has a dirty diaper and needs to be changed. He begins to change her diaper right in the restaurant's kitchen, and no one tells him this is unsanitary and I presume not allowed under Board of Health codes. Even if his staff members don't mention it, the kitchen staff (visible in the scene) surely should have told him he couldn't do that.
Corrected entry: When Ollie drives up to the Hard Rock Cafe for the press conference, he opens the back door of his car to get baby Gertie. He just picks up her car seat, without unbuckling any seat belt or straps. Of course a real car seat would be latched into place, but that would slow the scene down too much. In a later scene, he's putting the baby and her car seat into the car and again just places it on the back seat without securing it in any way.
Corrected entry: When Ollie makes it to his daughter's performance, he rips his dress shirt off, breaking the buttons. In the next scene when they're all at The Clamdigger, he's wearing the same dress shirt, and some of the buttons are buttoned up. I don't think Ollie is the type of guy to carry a sewing kit in his car.
Corrected entry: Ollie tells Will Smith (portrayed as himself) that he didn't see his last movie, "the one with the robots." If this is a reference to "I, Robot" (which Smith starred in) there is no way Ollie could have seen it. According to the water main work order, this conversation is taking place in November 2003. "I, Robot" was released in Summer 2004.
Factual error: In the scene that takes place in Ollie's office after the death of his wife, he is talking to Arthur Brickman who is sitting in front of a plaque for the band Songs:Ohia's album, "Ghost Tropic." We know that the scene is happening 7 years in the past, because Gertie is a baby. "Ghost Tropic" wasn't released until November of 2000.