Amy Emerick Tice

15th May 2022

Rain Man (1988)

Plot hole: Raymond starts the toaster oven. 30 seconds later it starts smoking enough to set off the alarm. It takes longer than 30 seconds to heat up and there's nothing in it so why is it smoking?

Amy Emerick Tice

Sixteen Years and What Do You Get - S1-E6

Plot hole: Peg maxes out the credit card buying Al anniversary gifts and hiring a caterer. When Al tries to buy a watch for Peg it's declined. Later on Kelly somehow uses the credit card and is able to buy the expensive picture frame at the same store Al tried to buy the watch.

Amy Emerick Tice

The Poker Game - S1-E8

Plot hole: Notice when Steve joins the card game. He looks at his cards and says I'm in. The cards are face up on the table! And for some reason the other players have one card facing out where others can see it.

Amy Emerick Tice

Tooth or Consequences - S4-E4

Plot hole: Al can't eat because his mouth is numb. So they go ahead and eat. Al can eat after the novocaine wears off and Peg can put leftovers in the fridge. They all act like Al can't eat for days and there won't be any food left.

Amy Emerick Tice

16th Dec 2021

Sons of Anarchy (2008)

Toil and Till - S7-E2

Plot hole: In season 6 episode 13 Jax comes home and finds Tara. He picks her up and holds her. In this episode Gemma is looking at the crime scene pictures that Unser has. They show Tara in her original position on the floor when Jax finds her. Not possible because Jax moved her.

Amy Emerick Tice

27th Oct 2021

Family Guy (1999)

Peggy Turns 300 - S4-E19

Plot hole: In this episode Al is about to break Puggy Weaver's record. Peg decides to bowl and scores a perfect score of 300. Problem is Peg is a horrible bowler, as seen in season 2 episode 9. She never bowls with Al or even enjoys bowling, so this episode really makes no sense.

Amy Emerick Tice

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Suggested correction: This is not a plot hole, but a plot point. Yes, Peg is a horrible bowler, but it's typical Al Bundy luck that his wife would be able to put together a perfect game no matter how unlikely.

ctown28 Premium member

So this one and only episode she scores a perfect game? Highly unlikely. Oh and she's wearing a long evening dress too which would make it difficult to bowl. So this episode makes no sense.

Amy Emerick Tice

It is a comedy, so having all those "strikes" against her, she still managed to bowl a perfect game - leaving Al hopeless and hapless.

KeyZOid

It makes perfect sense. In the world of the show, the universe is out to screw Al over. The worst that can possibly happen to him will happen no matter how unlikely.

25th Oct 2021

Family Guy (1999)

13th Oct 2021

Family Guy (1999)

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