Continuity mistake: In this scene, Martin and Daphne are arguing about Martin buying the gift basket for Daphne because Daphne knitted the sweater for Martin. Daphne says the basket cost too much, so Martin begins to take items from the basket and put them on the table. Then as the argument progresses Martin and Daphne decide to take back their gifts. Martin places the gift basket on his chair (the two items that were taken from the basket are still on the table) and Daphne takes the sweater. A minute later they make up and agree to re-exchange the gifts. Daphne gives Martin his sweater and when Martin reaches for the basket, all items are there, including the ones that were still sitting on the table when he put the basket 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.lavidadulce
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.terry s
Continuity mistake: In the episode "Call Me Irresponsible" from season 1, Frasier and Catherine are making out on Martin's old chair, which starts vibrating (probably because they inadvertently hit a switch on the side). But in "Give Him the Chair", Frasier tries to replace Martin's old chair by buying a new one which has a built-in massager. When Martin tries it, he looks horrified and says "That's disgusting", even though his beloved chair had the same feature.
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