Corrected entry: When Gary arrives at the bowling alley, Brooke tells him he is no longer able to be on the team because, as a couples team, they are only allowed one "single" person. Since Brooke and Gary are no longer a couple, the team must decide which one to keep. At this point, Gary is voted off the team. Andrew asks Gary for his shirt back and tells him that they found a replacement named, coincidentally, Gary. How come Gary, Brooke's ex-boyfriend, can't be on the couple's team, but Gary, Andrew's friend can?
Corrected entry: When Gary arrives at the bowling alley for the couples league, he is informed by Brooke that since they broke up and are no longer a couple, he couldn't be on the team. Gary was then voted off by his teammates. Brooke was not dating anybody either so why was she able to stay in the league? And why didn't Gary protest that?SAZOO1975
Corrected entry: When Gary comes home with the lemons, he turns on the TV where a baseball game is in progress. After the party, when Brooke complains that he never takes her anywhere, he reminds her that they just went to Ann Arbor for the Michigan-Notre Dame game. It couldn't have been a baseball game, Michigan plays in Comstock Park, basketball season would have been over for at least two months, and football season for four or five.
Corrected entry: In the opening scene of the movie, the baseball game is supposed to be a Cubs and White Sox game, however, if you look at the uniforms closely, the Cubs are actually playing the Milwaukee Brewers.
Corrected entry: When the Cubs drop a fly ball, Gary's buddy stands up and points to the Chicago White Sox logo on his shirt to get the fans around him riled up, so apparently we're seeing an inter-league game between the Cubs and White Sox. A few minutes later we see the Cubs making a successful out at first base, and the runner has a Milwaukee Brewers uniform on (freeze-frame helps but is not necessary).Matty Blast