Will & Grace

Will & Grace (1998)

4 continuity mistakes in FYI: I Hurt, Too

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FYI: I Hurt, Too - S7-E1

Continuity mistake: At the start when Jack and Karen are sitting at the table outside his apartment, during the scene the spray bottle, cloth and phone on the table keep on swapping places.

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Hamster

FYI: I Hurt, Too - S7-E1

Continuity mistake: Will, Jack and Karen join Grace and Leo at their table in the restaurant, and after they have all sat down you can see that Jack opens his menu twice between shots.

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Hamster
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FYI: I Hurt, Too - S7-E1

Continuity mistake: When Grace comes in with all the bags of items she stole from Leo's apartment, she has a golf caddy bag on her back which instantly vanishes during shots, without her actually removing it.

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Hamster

FYI: I Hurt, Too - S7-E1

Continuity mistake: After Jack drinks some of the drink Karen gave him at the restaurant, and Will tells him "he swallowed the little plastic sword", Jack puts his hand on his chest and begins to cough but in the next shot his hands are down and he is sitting casually.

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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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