Corrected entry: The lifeguard's pants at the pool are first black, then dark green, and then in the next scene black again.
Corrected entry: When the group sneaks in to go down the water slide they each get in the water and begin to slide down on their backside. However, when the camera shoots them coming off the slide they are sitting in inner tubes. Did they stop off somewhere and pick these up, or what?
Corrected entry: When Lenny meets Dickie Bailey at Woodman's restaurant, it is as though the two are meeting for the first time in 30 years. Lenny even asks, "Dickie Bailey? Long time, no see. How you doing, man?" Dickie was at the coach's funeral. Lenny and Dickie would have met, and exchanged verbal jabs, then.
Corrected entry: For the arrows to fall back to the point (or just to the vicinity) from which they were fired, as they do in the games of "arrow roulette," the angle of the arrows, when fired, would have to have been perfectly vertical. In both roulette games, the angle of the fired arrows was significantly off vertical. Even a slight deviation from perfectly vertical would cause the arrows to land nowhere near the point from which they were fired.
Corrected entry: Rob frowns on Lenny cooking bacon in the kitchen, saying that only vegan fare is allowed, yet has no problem later eating chicken out of Eric's KFC bucket.
Continuity mistake: In the dock scene where Rob Schneider kicks David Spade in the groin the first time for supposedly sleeping with his daughter, his good foot has a black shoe on it. Then as you see him kicking Daid Spade he has no shoe but is in bare feet, But when he falls down from the pain in his bad foot you can see that he now has a black shoe on his good foot again. (00:11:45)Julie Hart Cusato
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