Frasier

Three Valentines - S6-E14

Plot hole: During the scene when Frasier is in Cassandra's hotel room, he phones Roz and puts his phone back in his jacket pocket. He hangs his jacket on the back of the chair and eventually gets into bed with Cassandra, who soon falls asleep. He talks to her but she doesn't answer. We then hear him phoning Roz - but there was no time for him to get out of bed and get the phone - and no sounds of him doing this.

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To Tell the Truth - S6-E15

Continuity mistake: Donny is preparing Frasier for court and has a pencil in his hand which goes from eraser side up to lead side up and back again, from shot to shot, without him changing it.

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Sliding Frasiers - S8-E13

Continuity mistake: While Frasier is singing on-stage to Monica, a shot shows Roz from the back, and her left hand is on the table - but in the next shot her hand is stretched out holding her date's hand.

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The Maris Counselor - S5-E13

Continuity mistake: When Niles is in his office telling Frasier about Shenkman and Maris, a crumpled tissue moves around to different spots on the desk from shot to shot, although no one touches it.

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Decoys - S6-E16

Continuity mistake: Niles is at the cabin having a glass of wine - when Marty and Frasier come in, he puts it down on the coffee table, but in the next shot he is holding the wine and puts it down again.

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Three Valentines - S6-E14

Continuity mistake: When Cassandra and Frazier enter the hotel room, she removes Frasier's coat, and then throws her purse onto her chair and her coat to her right. The next shot shows her heading towards the bathroom carrying her coat.

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Four for the Seesaw - S4-E13

Continuity mistake: When Niles, Frasier, and Roz are in Cafe Nervosa arguing about getting a table, Roz's purse switches from her right shoulder to her left shoulder, even though she did not move it.

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Ham Radio - S4-E18

Continuity mistake: At the play run-through in the apartment, Gil is holding his script with a couple of pages folded back. The shot changes and as he says "romping with my school chums", the script is closed with no pages folded back, even though he had no time to change them.

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Dark Victory - S2-E24

Continuity mistake: Just before Frasier says "What I want is to be left alone", Roz, Niles, Marty, and Daphne are standing at the door. The shot goes to Frasier, and then back to them, and they have all changed positions, with no time to have done this naturally.

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The Show Where Sam Shows Up - S2-E16

Continuity mistake: Near the end of the show, at the end of the scene in Sam's hotel room, Frasier sits down on the couch; his raincoat is over his hands and wrists. The next shot shows his left hand and arm lying on top of his coat.

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The Focus Group - S3-E23

Continuity mistake: Frasier is having a glass of sherry, sitting on his couch, talking to Niles and Martin. As Marty says "let's go have dinner", Frasier throws his hands up - in real life he would have still had the sherry in his hands. There was no time for him to have put it down.

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Semi-Decent Proposal - S8-E21

Continuity mistake: When Niles, Roz, Marty, and Daphne are in the living room confessing something shameful, Martin says, "Every time I watch 'The Sound of Music,' I cry." As the shot changes, we see that his hand goes from his arm rest to his lap and his beer can goes from being on one side of the remote to the other.

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Retirement is Murder - S2-E13

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Daphne, Niles, and Frasier are at the table trying to solve the old murder case, the string and paper tag on Daphne's teabag changes sides in her mug.

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Detour - S11-E21

Revealing mistake: During the scene where Frasier is dropping Charlotte off at the train station (the first time) you can see the background behind him shows that the car they are in is turning left. Yet we can see his hands on the top of the steering wheel and during this time he never turns the steering wheel.

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The 1000th Show - S5-E5

Continuity mistake: When Frasier is reading from the psychiatric journal that contains Niles' letter, at one point he is holding it in both hands by the front cover - the shot changes and he has one hand on the front cover and one hand on the back cover, without time to switch naturally.

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Three Dates and a Breakup (1) - S4-E19

Continuity mistake: Near the start of the show, when the waitress gives Frasier the tickets for the show, she has a dark blue dish towel over her left arm, but as Frasier walks away, it is no longer there.

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Daphne Hates Sherry - S4-E21

Continuity mistake: During the breakfast scene Marty's cane is leaning against the table in the same spot, but sometimes there is a bowl of lettuce next to it, and sometimes a bowl of cheese.

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Fortysomething - S1-E20

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Frasier and Niles are talking in Cafe Nervosa, the position of Niles hands and arms change a couple of times. At one point, while Frasier talks about the young woman he has met, Niles folds his arms in front of him but in the next shot to Frasier, we can see Niles fingers laced together - and then the shot returns to Niles with folded arms. They stay this way until another shot where he says "You were in a mall?" and his hands are suddenly on the table and one is lying over the other.

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Dark Side of the Moon - S7-E22

Continuity mistake: When Daphne goes to Niles's place to see him, she sits down on the couch and slides her purse behind her. A couple of shots later Niles gets up and now we can see her purse on the couch to her left. At no time did she make any movements that could explain its change of position.

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Rivals - S7-E6

Continuity mistake: Niles and Daphne are in the elevator and the door opens to reveal Frasier standing at his door holding Eddie. In the first couple of shots his arm is over Eddie's chest and legs, but then changes to his arm being under Eddie's front leg.

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