Continuity mistake: When Grace reads Dr. Morty's letter on Karen's boat (in the last episode of season 5) it sounds at least a few paragraphs in length. During this episode, when she holds the letter up there is only a short paragraph on the bordered side of the page, and nothing on the back side.
Continuity mistake: As Leo speaks with Diane (he's on the sofa; she's in a chair) she refills her wine glass until it is nearly full. In the next shot Diane takes the last sip of wine from her glass, and the following shot shows her glass nearly full again.
Revealing mistake: In reality Deborah Messing is pregnant but her character is definitely not, so Grace has been filmed lately hiding behind big purses, pillows, counter tops, coats, etc. For some reason in this episode there was some rather sloppy shooting where Grace's waistline is concerned: When she and Karen are first entering the cabin, right after Grace says the line '...driving past 20 churches...' she turns sideways and for a few seconds there is a clear shot of her advanced pregnancy. Additionally, when Grace and Karen go to bed (also in the cabin) they have Grace lying on her back so the pregnancy is quite obvious in that scene, too.
Continuity mistake: When Dr. Hershberg is crying after giving some bad news, he knocks a grey box off of the small equipment table which he is leaning on. Later during the scene the box suddenly jumps back up onto the table. Also, the other items on the table jump around and change position on their own accord a few times.
Plot hole: Jack spends part of this episode clumsily teaching Karen basic steps of the fox trot for her wedding dance with Finster. However, in season 4, episode 16 ("A Chorus Lie") It is established that Karen and her husband Stan have, for years, performed an annual spotlight dance at their Valentine's party on Shelter Island. Later, she and Will are seen beginning a rather elegant fox trot to "Someone to Watch Over Me," complete with spins and a dip.
Add timeMichael Albert
Character mistake: When talking to Will on the phone, Grace misuses the term "pied-à-terre" (which means "apartment" in French) instead of "pas de deux" (a dance for two) while describing the delicate and complex nature of a relationship between two gay men. When Will points out her error, she says she knows what pied-à-terre means because she took Spanish in high school. However, in season 1, episode 20 ("Saving Grace"), Grace correctly and easily used the term pied-à-terre while showing her sample book to a potential client.
Add timeMichael Albert