Frasier

Frasier (1993)

4 mistakes in Frasier Grinch

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Frasier Grinch - S3-E9

Continuity mistake: Just before the closing credits, Marty opens his gift from Frasier - a dressing gown, which he puts back down on top of the box in a disorganized heap. By the end of the scene, a shot shows the dressing gown neatly folded in the box.

Frasier Grinch - S3-E9

Continuity mistake: At the beginning of the show, Frasier and Niles are in Cafe Nervosa and Roz comes in, with lots of Christmas gifts. She manages to unload them, take off her coat and get into a chair between the guys - all in a couple of seconds. It all happens too quickly for "real time".

Frasier Grinch - S3-E9

Continuity mistake: Frasier's in the toy store and another customer comes in with a carrier bag of educational toys he bought elsewhere. As Frasier tries to talk him into selling him the toys, some shots show just the bag with the toys in it and other shots show a roll of green wrapping paper visible about 6 inches above the bag.

Frasier Grinch - S3-E9

Factual error: At the cafe, the employee says that Niles' credit card was declined at the register because "cancelled by order of co-signatory." A co-signatory shouldn't be able to cancel the card without the other person.

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Suggested correction: It depends on state laws and the credit card company. A co-signor is just as liable for any accumulated debts and fees on the card, they just don't have purchasing rights. However, usually a co-signor can't just take his or her name off the account, the account has to be closed.

Bishop73

Are there cash registers that will reveal that a cosigner cancelled? I've been a cashier at a few places, the register always says "declined" or "insufficient funds."

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