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William, Tell - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: When Grace gets out all the videos which hint Will's 'secret', she puts the bag on the table, but in the next shot it's in her hand. Between these same shots a sticker also appears on one of the video cases.

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Will & Grace mistake picture

William, Tell - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: The amount of frothy foam on top of the protein shake differs through consecutive shots, as Grace is about to drink it, and after she has taken a sip and as Will and she talk in the kitchen area.

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Hamster

William, Tell - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: When Jack lets slip about Will's affair with Steven to Grace, he throws a blue tassel to the floor, and bends over so Grace can kiss his butt. But when he stands up he puts a purple tassel back on the table.

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Hamster

William, Tell - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: When Jack finds out that Grace doesn't know who Steven is, he picks up a blue tassel - twice between shots.

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Hamster

William, Tell - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: When Grace sits on the sofa (before Jack enters) her black bag is on the table in front of her. When Jack enters, wearing the alien costume, the bag is suddenly on the floor. Then when Jack gets up to leave the bag has moved itself back onto the table.

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