Will & Grace

Will & Grace (1998)

5 continuity mistakes in Loose Lips Sink Relationships

Loose Lips Sink Relationships - S4-E5

Continuity mistake: When Jack is licking an envelope closed, standing by a large vase of flowers, the flowers change arrangement between shots. The sunflowers vanish and the poppies change place.

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Loose Lips Sink Relationships - S4-E5

Continuity mistake: After Will looks into the mirror, after he puts it down it changes position between shots.

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Loose Lips Sink Relationships - S4-E5

Continuity mistake: When Jack tells Karen to look away from the hand cream guy, a pair of trousers appears in her hands between shots. In following shots as well, the height of trousers piled on the table increases.

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Loose Lips Sink Relationships - S4-E5

Continuity mistake: When Jack is talking to Dorleen, the yellow schedule in his hands disappears between shots.

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Loose Lips Sink Relationships - S4-E5

Continuity mistake: Jack swaps schedules with Dorleen. Jack gets a yellow one, Dorleen gets a white one. Later when Jack takes the schedule from his pocket, to bribe Dorleen to give him friday off, the paper is white.

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