Continuity mistake: When Comet runs after the car, he has his leash on. Then in the next scene, he is still chasing that same car, but he doesn't have his leash on anymore, only his collar. Those things do not just fall off.
29th May 2011
3rd Feb 2011
Trivia: The boy who portrays the young version of Arlo Slocombe, Enzo Rossi, is actually Patricia Arquette's (Allison's) son in real life. Arquette directed this episode herself and struggled to find a young actor who looked similar to Kevin Corrigan, who portrays the same character as an adult. Finally she realized her son looked quite similar and asked him to play the part.
19th Jan 2011
17th Jan 2011
Plot hole: Joe says that he and Allison told people they conceived Ariel on the weekend of their wedding, even though they knew that Allison was about five weeks pregnant at that time. In episode 6.15 the plot is all about how Allison is expecting Ariel and there is a lot of talk of how she is their first child and they can't tell anyone about it because they aren't married yet. But in the season two episode "Sweet Child O' Mine" it was revealed that they were going to have a baby once before Ariel, a boy they were going to name Brian, but that Allison miscarried.
9th Nov 2010
Character mistake: Episode 6.12, Moving the Chains: Marcus tells House that he and Eric were arrested for stealing a car, he was 16 and Eric was 14. He also says that his brother never did anything criminal after that. In season 1, we were told that Eric was 16 when he was arrested for stealing a car.
14th Oct 2010
14th Oct 2010
5th Oct 2010
Factual error: When they are watching the prince's wedding on TV, you can see the TV-channel's logo in the corner of the screen. The channel NRK didn't start using this logo until 1996, so the program is definitely a rerun, and not the original airing from 1968 which is when this film is set.
5th Oct 2010
21st Sep 2010
Continuity mistake: Martin says that Eddie will find the cricket, and puts him down on the floor so he can begin to search. He places him right in front of the green chair. In the next shot, we see Eddie spinning around on the floor, but the chair isn't visible in the frame like it should be. Instead there's something that looks like a gray stool there.
11th Sep 2010
Revealing mistake: In the scene where Frasier and Lilith meet in the living room, where Frederick has created a romantic atmosphere, Frasier has a long speech about how Lilith is not going to get him back, ending with "I need to be finessed!" and Bebe Neuwirth goes out of character and begins to giggle, before she quickly covers her mouth and pulls herself together. Though Lilith might have found Frasier's comment amusing, it would definitely not be in character for her to giggle like that.
15th Aug 2010
Other mistake: When Frasier enters the apartment, Martin and Sherry are talking in the kitchen. If you listen carefully to what they're saying, their conversation makes no sense. Martin says something along the lines of "Daphne is really a very nice girl" before suddenly, in a very different tone of voice, he says "You're right, we're not getting enough privacy around here". Seems like a big chunk of conversation was edited out.
12th Aug 2010
4th Aug 2010
Continuity mistake: Daphne asks Frasier about his son's birth and he says that he held Frederick for the first time while Lilith was screaming at him that he would never be allowed to touch her again. But in Cheers, in the episode "The Stork Brings A Crane", we learn that A) Frasier was not present when Frederick was born and B) When he finally got to see his son for the first time, Lilith was not angry with him.
Trivia: In ep. 1.20, "Fourtysomething", Frasier's admirer Carrie thinks that Bulldog is gay and overcompensating by acting as macho as he does. In ep. 1.24 "My Coffee with Niles", Niles asks Frasier if it means something that he just started using the word "Wow" and Frasier replies that "It means you're a gay man. Your life with Maris was a charade and you should have come out of the closet years ago. Are you going to tell dad or shall I?" In ep. 2.03 "The Matchmaker", Frasier's friend Tom thinks that Martin is gay. These are most likely references to the fact that these three straight characters are all portrayed by gay actors, namely Dan Butler, David Hyde Pierce and John Mahoney.
30th Jun 2010
30th Jun 2010
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