Taps at the Montana - S6-E18

Continuity mistake: Frasier discovers Niles' bird is dead and throws a dish towel over it. The next shot of the dish towel shows it has changed position, and the third shot shows it back in its original state. No one touched it in the meantime.


Taps at the Montana - S6-E18

Continuity mistake: Niles leaves the kitchen with a small tray of devilled eggs to serve his guests - as the shot changes to him coming into the dining area, he is carrying a different tray, with different appetizers on it, including some grapes.


Taps at the Montana - S6-E18

Continuity mistake: During the part of the show where they are getting ready to play Murder we can see empty punch glasses on the table - in another shot we see three even though no one went near them. This changes back to 2 after the lights come on - unlikely anyone helped themselves to punch when the lights were out.

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