Continuity mistake: Toward the end of the episode when Poppy is airing her first "arts in Seattle" show, Frasier, Kenny, and Gil convene in the hall outside Frasier's booth to talk. Right after Gil speaks during Frasier's monologue beginning with "I assure you, she is way over her depth here...", viewers can see Poppy through the window sitting at the booth with her mouth closed, looking around (and even up at the ceiling), appearing to be waiting. A split second later, the camera cuts to Poppy in mid-sentence during her live broadcast.
Continuity mistake: Toward the end of the episode, Frasier and Caitlin are talking at her apartment about their status and she is sitting on the side of his chair. He has his right hand between her knees and left fingers tapping on her left thigh when he says, "well, I have been terribly worried about this global warming situation." Immediately in the next shot when she responds to him, she is holding his left hand with hers, and his right hand is down on the chair.
Continuity mistake: In the beginning scene, Niles and Frasier are arguing by the door. Right after Niles leaves and Frasier yells "Get out! ", the camera pans out and you can see the entire room, at which point Roz is holding her wine glass in her right hand. Immediately after, the camera cuts to Roz who says, "yeah, some nerve..., " and the glass is now on the table in front of her left hand. There wasn't time for her to set it down (especially across her body), and the camera stays focused on her continuously through both shots.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Daphne is admiring her faux sapphire earrings, she says that it is the 5-year anniversary of her starting her work at Frasier's apartment. She actually started working in the 1st episode - which was in the fall. This episode takes place in the spring.
Continuity mistake: The shot after Roz says "Roz Doyle, radio producer, single" shows the guy nearest to the window in the other room with his left hand next to his mouth and the woman next to him with her hand next to her chin. The following shot shows the man closest to the window with both his hands next to his mouth and the woman sitting next to him with her hands on her lap.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Frasier, Martin, and Niles are in the kitchen putting candles on Freddie's birthday cake, you first see the Louis Pasteur cake facing Frasier. The camera pans out and then back in. When it does, the cake has turned around. The camera pans back once more, and the cake is back to its original position.
Continuity mistake: When everyone is sitting at the table having dinner, the amount of food on Bebe's plate changes repeatedly. She adds extra food twice, once from the pot and once from Martin's plate, but the difference in portion sizes changes more times than that and without time for it to be eaten.
Continuity mistake: Daphne visits the radio station where Frasier works about halfway through the episode. She holds the earphone piece up to her right ear, then it cuts to a different camera angle and the headphones are lying on the desk with no time between shots. It's actually quite glaring.
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Continuity mistake: The scene where Charlotte comes to Frasier in the restaurant to tell Frasier his date has cancelled is poorly edited between shots. Watch the folder once she has pulled it out: in almost every shot, the side facing the camera changes, and when Charlotte gets up, it disappears completely.
Continuity mistake: Martin says that Eddie will find the cricket, and puts him down on the floor so he can begin to search. He places him right in front of the green chair. In the next shot, we see Eddie spinning around on the floor, but the chair isn't visible in the frame like it should be. Instead there's something that looks like a gray stool there.
Continuity mistake: Honey walks over to Frasier, a glass of wine in one hand. Then suddenly she uses both hands to rub his shoulders. Supposedly she gave him the glass because it is all of a sudden in his hand now, but we never see him take it from her.