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I Love L. Gay - S8-E14

Continuity mistake: When Grace is talking with James in the hotel lounge, he is sitting at a table which has his magazines and cooking recipes spread all over it. After James says he thinks Grace is a hooker, the spread out magazines/papers are suddenly all in one neat pile in the centre of the table - instantly. Then as the scene continues the papers and magazines continue to shuffle or neaten themselves. (00:16:40)

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I Love L. Gay - S8-E14

Continuity mistake: When Will is packing his suitcase to leave the hotel, he walks over to his case and places his "shirtboard" on the table next to it. In the next shot the board has vanished although he nor Grace didn't touch it. (00:12:50)

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I Love L. Gay - S8-E14

Continuity mistake: When Jack walks over to Karen who is sitting in the hotel lounge, she has a martini and a dollar bill on the table next to her. Through the scene the dollar bill continuously changes its location on the tabletop. (00:10:00)

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Fanilow - S6-E10

Question: Will and the others are in line to buy Barry Manilow tickets when the box office opens at 6:00 a.m. the next morning (it is established that the episode takes place before midnight) and at one point Rudy states that the show is "tomorrow night." My question: is it common in New York for a fairly popular performer to sell tickets only on the day of the show? I live in Southern California and I can't think of a single time I've heard of a concert headliner selling tickets less than a month before the show.

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Chosen answer: I'm not from New York so I can't speak for them, but in Chicago it has happened before. not very often though but I do recall it happening. I have also seen no tickets sold prior to the show at all, it was just first come first served the night of the show. That is very uncommon though.

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