Plot hole: There's no way for Albert to show up at the front door as Val's mother the night the Keeleys are there, as the only way out of his bedroom (which he is still in by the time the Keeleys show up) is through the door that leads into the living room where the Keeleys, Val and Armand are.
Continuity mistake: As Armand serves the soup up to everyone, during the dinner scene, it has hard boiled eggs in it. The eggs in everyone's bowls in following shots change - some appear/disappear, some change position, etc.
Albert: Don't give me that tone! Armand: What tone? Albert: That sarcastic contemptuous tone that means you know everything because you're a man, and I know nothing because I'm a woman. Armand: You're not a woman. Albert: Oh, you bastard!
Albert Goldman: Whatever I am, he made me! I was adorable once, young and full of hope. And now look at me! I'm this short, fat, insecure, middle-aged THING! Armand: I made you short?
Armand: What are you giving him drugs for? What the hell are Pirin tablets? Agador: It's aspirin with the "A" and the "S" scraped off. Armand: My God, what a brilliant idea! Agador: I know.
Question: What is the song playing when you see Agador for the first time dancing in the kitchen?
Question: When Senator Keeley thinks that the Goldmans are acting weird because of Senator Jackson's death and Albert replies to him about how it's dreadful news etc., did Albert know about Jackson's death, or did he just improvise on the spot?
Question: Val puts his finger to Armand's cheek or ear and wipes something red on the wallpaper. What is it?
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