Will & Grace

Will & Grace (1998)

3 continuity mistakes in Steams Like Old Times

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Steams Like Old Times - S8-E4

Continuity mistake: When Malcolm enters the steam room, joining Jack and Stan, when he walks forward and says to Stan "I'm sure you've heard all about Karen and I", a huge blast of steam engulfs him (drowning out Stan's reply). In the very next shot all the steam has instantly cleared.

00:12:30

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Steams Like Old Times - S8-E4

Continuity mistake: When Grace takes Will over to the kitchen and asks him what Clyde is doing at their apartment, in this shot Will puts his right hand up onto the top of the fridge. In the next shot his hand is down on his hip.

00:06:35

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Steams Like Old Times - S8-E4

Continuity mistake: When Will realizes that Grace is eating one of the meals for the homebound elders, he yells at her as she puts the piece of food she's holding in her mouth. But in the next shot the piece of food has reappeared in her hand, then in the next shot her hand is empty again.

00:02:35

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