Will & Grace

Will & Grace (1998)

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Poker? I Don't even Like Her - S3-E19

Continuity mistake: When the gang are playing poker in the opening shots, the position of the chips, cards, beer bottles etc., keep changing - watch then stacks of chips by Rob. They keep changing the most noticeably.

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Poker? I Don't even Like Her - S3-E19

Continuity mistake: In the spa, Karen puts her 'Dazzle' magazine down to talk with Candace. When she sits down again it has moved to the other side of the spa bench.

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Poker? I Don't even Like Her - S3-E19

Continuity mistake: When Karen and Jack are sucking helium from balloons in the hospital waiting room, they are using a purple balloon. The balloon disappears for a few shots, then reappears as a pink balloon.

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Poker? I Don't even Like Her - S3-E19

Continuity mistake: There are two balloons, a blue and a pink one, attached to a vase of flowers in the waiting room. Between shots the pink balloon shrinks half its original size as Jack is talking about a man losing all his limbs.

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Grace: My love for you is like this scar. Ugly, but permanent.

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When Jack holds his glass of water, he changes from holding the stem of the glass, to the actual bulbous part of the glass between shots.

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In 1995, Megan Mullally starred in a Broadway revival of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." That play was written by Abe Burrows, the father of series director James Burrows.

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