Continuity mistake: Martin and Daphne are laughing at Eddie who has taken a pill to calm him down - in one shot he has a paw up in the air, but in the next shot both paws are pointing sideways. The shot changes again, and Eddie is back in the first position. He had to time to change naturally.
Continuity mistake: When Marty comes into the living room, he puts the container of jerky down on top of the book on the right side of the coffee table. A few minutes later, when Donny takes a piece, the container is on top of the book on the left side of the table. No one went near it in the meantime.
Continuity mistake: When Roz and Frasier are in Bebe's office, and Frasier is exclaiming about her taking digitalis, the water glass in front of her is empty. The rest of the shots show it being about half full, even though she never refilled it, and there was no water source to be seen.
Continuity mistake: At the beginning of the show, when Niles and Frasier are in Cafe Nervosa, the man behind them has a paperback book which is open with all the pages fanned out, and then it is lying flat, then fanned out again, and so on. It is not a case of him changing the book naturally, as the positions of other things in the shots change slightly as well.
Continuity mistake: At the very start of the show, Frasier is pretending to conduct an orchestra with a wooden spoon. Marty says "Boo," and we see the spoon in his right hand. Then Ronee says, "He does scream like a woman," and suddenly the spoon changes to his left hand and is turned the other way. Frasier had no time to change it.
Continuity mistake: Mel and Niles are sitting on the couch at Frasier's. She is very upset and starts to open her purse for a hanky. In one shot she is fumbling with her purse and in the next the hanky is already in her hand - and not enough time to have done this naturally.
Continuity mistake: Near the start of the episode when Frasier comes home, Daphne quickly clears all the beer cans and mess on the lounge table. After she asks Frasier how he is and he replies, "Where's Simon?". The next time we see the table the cans and all the mess on the table have reappeared.
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