Frasier

Frasier (1993)

7 mistakes in A Word to the Wiseguy

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A Word to the Wiseguy - S3-E15

Audio problem: Around the time when Niles is talking about "wealthy white women," there is a shot when his mouth is moving but there is no sound coming out. It then suddenly changes to a shot when you can hear what he is saying.

00:02:15

David Mercier

A Word to the Wiseguy - S3-E15

Continuity mistake: While Niles is talking to Martin about Maris's traffic tickets, the coffee pot goes from one side of the Lazy Susan to the other, with no one touching it.

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A Word to the Wiseguy - S3-E15

Continuity mistake: Niles goes to KACL and walks into Frasier's booth - there is nothing on the console in front of Frasier - but then in a shot something shaped like a cellphone appears but in subsequent shots is gone again.

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A Word to the Wiseguy - S3-E15

Continuity mistake: The guy Niles and Frasier meet at the Cafe puts his coffee cup down twice between shots, after he has made the phone call and before he leaves.

00:09:20

David Mercier

A Word to the Wiseguy - S3-E15

Continuity mistake: Frasier is on the phone at KACL with Jerome's girlfriend and the reflection in the glass shows him raising his hand to his face, but the next shot returns to him - his hand is on the console. There was no time for him to have shifted positions normally.

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A Word to the Wiseguy - S3-E15

Continuity mistake: At the end of their meeting outside Cafe Nervosa, Jerome throws his red paper napkin on the table and they say their goodbyes. In the shot after he walks away there is no sign of the red napkin.

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A Word to the Wiseguy - S3-E15

Character mistake: In the scene where Jerome Belasco turns up unannounced at Frasier's apartment, Daphne tells him she's psychic and guesses that he's an osteopath. After Jerome leaves, Daphne says she thought he seemed very nice. Frasier turns to her and says, "This from the psychic who said he was a chiropractor."

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