Will & Grace

Will & Grace (1998)

4 continuity mistakes in Strangers with Candice

Strangers with Candice - S6-E9

Continuity mistake: When Will and Stephanie sit down to join Alex and Grace to order some dinner, the purse sitting on the table between Will and Stephanie - it's straps change from up/down between shots.

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Hamster

Strangers with Candice - S6-E9

Continuity mistake: When Stephanie is ranting about her boss to Will, after she says "Well, Hello? Are you allergic to dairy or not!?" she puts her drink down onto the bar twice between shots.

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Hamster

Strangers with Candice - S6-E9

Continuity mistake: When Jack begins piling olives into Karen's mouth to try and choke her, Will shouts "Jack, Jack stop it..." and his menu he is holding is open, yet in the very next shot it is closed in his hands.

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Hamster

Strangers with Candice - S6-E9

Continuity mistake: When Grace asks Alex if he is alone, she then grabs him from his seat so he can come and sit with them. In the first shot he picks up his cell and book with the same hand but in the very next shot the cell has vanished.

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