Frasier

Frasier (1993)

3 continuity mistakes in Where There's Smoke There's Fired

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Where There's Smoke There's Fired - S3-E21

Continuity mistake: Bebe has just inhaled smoke from her purse and Frasier grabs it and puts it on his bookcase. In the shot before, there had been billows of smoke around them, but suddenly the air is clear and there is no smoke.

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Where There's Smoke There's Fired - S3-E21

Continuity mistake: When Frasier, Bebe, and the rest of the gang are having dinner at Frasier's he folds up his table napkin and says "he's on his third pacemaker", and we see him fold up his napkin again.

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Where There's Smoke There's Fired - S3-E21

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.

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