Corrected entry: When Josie and Guy arrive at the Prom her friends ask her who she and her date have come as. She tells them they have come as Rosalind and Orlando. One of her friends says "Shakespear?" but none of the friends mouths move when this line is said.
Corrected entry: In Josie's first English lesson at school, her teacher suddenly gets very over excited and starts ranting about a famous hockey player. In one shot, he is holding (and swinging) the stick, but in the next shot it has mysteriously vanished. (00:27:15)
Corrected entry: The scene where the popular kids hide Josie's car makes absolutely no sense. There's no way they would've been able to start the car without the keys, and the notion that a group of spoiled high school kids could figure out how to hot-wire a car seems highly unlikely.
Corrected entry: After telling Josie that she has transitioned- one of the popular girls says "People spend all of their high school life trying to transition, but they never do." She would have to have been in high school for longer than everyone else (even people who have already left) in order for such a statement to be true.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Josie walks into her first class, her teacher places a big hat on her head for being late. Guy walks in afterwards, but why doesn't he get in trouble for being late? (00:16:35)
Corrected entry: When they are having the sex talk and Josie and Tracy are talking about sex, Josie is trying to put on the condom. When Mr. Koolsen gets shot in the eye with the condom, the camera goes back and forth with the teacher and the 2 girls. When it does this, the banana in front of Tracy is gone then it reappears.
Corrected entry: After Drew Barrymore falls asleep on her hand after the party, she manages to print "Loser" on her head. Since the word "Loser" was the right way around on the stamp on her hand, it should be backwards on her head. It was obviously put the right way around by the director so that the following scene where everyone laughs at her would be more obvious.
Corrected entry: In the English lesson scene where Drew Barrymore is asked to read a speech from Act 5 Scene 2 of 'As You Like It', she starts reading from a page very close to the beginning of the play. Since most Shakespeare plays are only 5 acts long, surely she should be reading somewhere near the back? (00:27:35)
Corrected entry: Since when do baseball scoreboards have a game clock. There is no time in baseball.
Corrected entry: Why is George laughing in the van when Josie is dancing in the club? How can he tell what she's doing if he can only see what the camera on her sees?
Corrected entry: I can't speak for every high school sports system in America, but I'm pretty sure that if a team uses an illegal player (David Arquette) that it would be disqualified from any championship playoffs and have to forfeit all their games. It's also highly unlikely that the coach would have just handed Arquette a coaching job after he deceived him, and how would you explain to everyone why the star player on the team is now a coach. They would never get away with that.