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Continuity mistake: During the police chase, the hub caps on Saul's police car keep appearing and disappearing throughout the whole chase.

Continuity mistake: In the end of the movie when the three friends are eating, Dale's right ear, which has been shot off, appears fully intact with only blood on it. It again appears half shot off when the camera angle switches from front to side.

Continuity mistake: During the fight scene in the bathroom, the location of the sink on the floor changes between camera angles. Some shots it is lying on its side, others it is lying on the back rim.

Continuity mistake: When Saul comes into Angie's house she stabs him with a fork, yet, towards the end of the movie there are no holes in that shirt.


Continuity mistake: The cut over Dale's right eyebrow changes shape, position and size throughout the movie. It even disappears at some points.


Continuity mistake: When Seth Rogan is talking to Danny Mcbride in the bathroom, Danny Mcbride's spaghetti changes position. (As if it was knocked over during the shot).

Continuity mistake: When Red is sitting at the toilet after he's been shot, there's a bowl of noodles on the toilet seat. There are two noodles that change shape from separated to together without Red having touched them. The noodles haven't fallen on their own, they were dried out and sticking to the side of the bowl. (01:25:25)


Continuity mistake: During the chase scenes, the driver side window of the car that Dale and Saul are in is rolled up. When Saul slams on the brakes during the chase, the lady cop shoots out the passenger side window of the car on her first shot. Her second shot obviously goes over Saul's head, but it doesn't shoot out the driver side window. The window is still intact when they abandon the car.

Continuity mistake: During the chase scene, the police car they are riding in loses a hubcap, but inthe next shot it's back on, then it's off again.


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