It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Charlie Work - S10-E4

Continuity mistake: As Charlie enters the bar Dennis is writing a sign that says: "Carmine's A Place for Steaks." A shot later and the sign is unfinished, with the words, "Carmine's A Place..." The words "for Steaks" are not on the sign.

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Scott215

Dennis and Dee Get a New Dad - S2-E10

Continuity mistake: Dennis walks up to the computer to see the guy claiming to be their father carrying nothing, he puts his empty left hand on the bar, but when the shot switches he is holding a coffee in that hand. In the shot right before the opening credits the coffee is gone again.

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AlwaysSunny

Frank's Brother - S7-E5

Other mistake: In the opening of this episode the screen reads "3:50pm On a Wednesday." When Gino (Frank's brother) is reading the letters meant for Shadynasty, he says "Meet me at the airport, Friday, at 5:00, Terminal C." The gang and Gina then go along to the airport that very afternoon - a Wednesday - to try and meet Shadynasty and get her and Frank back together. And of course she is there, despite it being a Wednesday, not a Friday.

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Who Pooped the Bed? - S4-E7

Trivia: According to the show's assistant prop manager, there were around 100 "poos" created for this episodes, many of which were made from different materials, including a food thickening agent, sheetrock mud and a cookie dough mixture.

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TedStixon

Trivia: In the show, there's a running gag of Charlie being obsessed with the waitress and her constantly rejecting him. In real life Charlie (Charlie Day) and the waitress (Mary Elizabeth Ellis) are married. They married in 2006, although they were dating before the show started.

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Bishop73

Bums: Making a Mess All Over the City - S3-E14

Question: Does the junkyard cat actually belong to one of the actors or is that a whole different deal?

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