Revealing mistake: At Cafe Nervosa, after Niles has had a mini-breakdown, he has shed his clothes, boxers and all, all over the place and is supposedly naked in the corner with only a newspaper for privacy. When Frasier has him stand up to wrap aprons around him, one can see that David Hyde Pierce is actually wearing light-coloured briefs.
Continuity mistake: At the beginning of the show, Frasier is on the plane sitting next to a woman who finds out he's only on there because he wants to pursue her. She asks the flight attendant if she could change seats - but the shot before showed that the attendant had completely walked by their seat but when the woman asks her if she can move she has not passed their seat yet.
Continuity mistake: Niles has his dog over at Frasier's. He sits down on the couch and the dog is facing the door. The next shows the dog standing about two feet away and facing the balcony - and the third shot shows her back in the first position. There was no time for her to change positions naturally.
Continuity mistake: During the scene where Niles tells the chef to serve the souffle in a large bowl, there is a large bowl of food next to him with no utensil in it. When Niles says "Table Twelve is still waiting for their entree", there is suddenly a utensil sticking up in the center of the bowl.
Continuity mistake: When Niles is engaged in his ironing fiasco, Eddie is watching his every move. When Niles heads to the kitchen to get spot remover, Eddie is sitting on the footstool. The next shot shows Eddie turned to watch Niles - but he is now in the chair; it is not just a tricky angle, as he actually lays his chin on the back of the chair. There was no time for Eddie to jump from the footstool to the chair.
Continuity mistake: At the end of the show, when Martin, Niles, and Frasier are leaving Niles's place to go out for ice cream, they leave Maris's opened package on a large footstool next to a decorative metal bowl. When they return (closing credits) with their ice cream the package and its wrappings are gone - even though no one was left behind in the apartment.
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