Corrected entry: When Eddie is getting a ride home in Carl Van Loon's limo, he's asked to review some company portfolios. As he gets out of the limo at his apartment, he is not holding the binder with the portfolios. But the next morning when he wakes up, he has the binder and is reviewing them for the meeting.
Corrected entry: Given the "efficient" logical function of Eddie's brain, for some reason, his brain deduced it was "smarter" to borrow money from the Russian Mafia (higher interest) than the safer option of going to the bank. Also, given his reliability in being able to generate a substantial income, the bank would have had no trouble granting him a loan. He also then forgets to repay this loan to the mafia.
Corrected entry: In the beginning when Eddie and his girlfriend are eating, she says she wants to break up. Then, she gives her credit card to the waiter, but leaves without getting her credit card back.