Will & Grace

Will & Grace (1998)

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A Little Christmas Queer - S8-E9

Continuity mistake: When Will is sitting on the kitchen counter upset, he is eating butter biscuits from a tin, with the tin and the tins lid on the counter next to him. Then his mum comes in and they talk and at the end of the scene they hug; but now the biscuit tin lid has vanished although nobody touched it.

00:17:00

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A Little Christmas Queer - S8-E9

Continuity mistake: When Grace and Sam are up in the attic sitting on beanbags and talking across a makeshift table, Grace's champagne glass is placed right in front of her. Yet in one shot the glass moves to the other side of the 'table' and then back to its original place in the very next shot.

00:19:00

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A Little Christmas Queer - S8-E9

Continuity mistake: When Karen is talking to Casey in the kitchen, there is a red purse-bag appears on the counter in front of Casey instantly, when Karen starts looking at her ring.

00:05:45

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