Will & Grace

Will & Grace (1998)

7 mistakes in Boo! Humbug - chronological order

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Boo! Humbug - S1-E5

Continuity mistake: When Will and Grace are taking the kids around the flats trick or treating, as Will and Grace enter the lift, the kids stand in the hall and their pumpkin bags have faces, but in the next shot they are plain orange. (00:56:05)

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Boo! Humbug - S1-E5

Continuity mistake: When Will grabs the silly string from the table, he pulls off the yellow lid and drops it to the floor. In the next shot the lid is on the coffee table. It alternates from on the table/floor for a few following shots as well. (00:59:25)

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Boo! Humbug - S1-E5

Continuity mistake: When the silly string fight happens, you see Nixon's can run out of string and he puts it back on the table when he takes off his mask. But when Will and Grace run back to grab the jaw-breaker, the can is suddenly full again as Will shoots Grace with it. (01:01:00)

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Boo! Humbug - S1-E5

Continuity mistake: When Will and Grace dive for the jawbreaker at the end of the episode, the silly string sprayed around the room (on the table, trolley, fireplace mantle, etc.,) is different from the previous shot of the room. (01:01:35)

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Karen: Good Lord. I can't believe I'm at a public pool. Why doesn't somebody just pee directly on me?

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Election - S2-E2

Trivia: In the scene where the they are having a tenants meeting, the woman on the sofa tells Will that someone "stole" her umbrella, she says it's similar to the one Tim Kaiser has, and Tim Kaiser happens to be the show producer's name.

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Fanilow - S6-E10

Question: Will and the others are in line to buy Barry Manilow tickets when the box office opens at 6:00 a.m. the next morning (it is established that the episode takes place before midnight) and at one point Rudy states that the show is "tomorrow night." My question: is it common in New York for a fairly popular performer to sell tickets only on the day of the show? I live in Southern California and I can't think of a single time I've heard of a concert headliner selling tickets less than a month before the show.


Chosen answer: I'm not from New York so I can't speak for them, but in Chicago it has happened before. not very often though but I do recall it happening. I have also seen no tickets sold prior to the show at all, it was just first come first served the night of the show. That is very uncommon though.


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