Frasier

Frasier (1993)

2 continuity mistakes in Something About Dr. Mary

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Something About Dr. Mary - S7-E16

Continuity mistake: When we first see Daphne's wrist brace it is on her right arm. In the end credits its now on her left arm.

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Something About Dr. Mary - S7-E16

Continuity mistake: Niles is showing Marty how he can kick box and he accidentally kicks Daphne. The tray she is covering flies up in the air, and the snack food ends up on the footstool and the floor. There is also an empty basket in front of the footstool. Niles goes to the kitchen to get ice for her wrist; when he returns most of the snack food and the basket have disappeared.

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[Martin sees Frasier has a lot of cuts on his face from shaving.]
Martin: I thought you were just going to slit your wrists. Looks like you went for death by a thousand cuts.
Frasier: I cut myself shaving because I was shaving without water. Why was there no water? Because I had to move your chair, which gouged the floor, which made me call for Joe, who found bad pipes, which called for Cecil, who ate the cat that killed the rat that LIVED IN THE HOUSE THAT FRASIER BUILT!

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During the scene where Frasier and Roz are talking at her apartment, the mug that had been sitting on a tray moves off the tray and is sitting right on the table.

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"Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs", the song played over the ending credits, is performed by Kelsey Grammer.

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