Continuity mistake: Frasier is off to find Niles and he tells Martin to come with him. Marty puts his chair down as he says "I don't want to go to Niles'" - the shot changes and we see him lower the chair again. His coat in his lap also changes position between these two shots. (00:17:40)
Continuity mistake: Marie and Frasier are sitting on the couch when Marty comes home, and her arms noticeably change position as the shot changes. Then, a few shots later, she has her hands on her legs above her knees, but in one quick shot her hands are wrapped around her knees - without enough time for her to have changed naturally.
Continuity mistake: Roz is at Daphne's shower, saying "God, he sounds just like a prince," in reference to Simon - in her left hand is a drink and her right hand is positioned down, as though it is in her pocket. In the next shot she is still holding her drink in her left hand, but is giving Daphne a drink with her right hand - it just appears out of nowhere.
Continuity mistake: Frasier comes home to find his sherry decanter empty and opens a bottle of wine, which he leaves on the kitchen counter. Niles arrives, wants sherry, and Frasier tells him there is none, saying, "I've opened some wine, help yourself." Niles grabsthe open bottle from the bar area, even though no one had put the bottle back - it should have still been on the kitchen counter.
Continuity mistake: Frasier and Niles are looking at the salt server Blaine returned to Frasier - in one shot the large envelope, the mailer strip, and the note are on the coffee table - in the next shot the strip has disappeared and the envelope and note have changed position.
Continuity mistake: Near the start of the show, Roz is reading the note Bulldog has left with the teddy bear. She is holding the note in both hands with the bear between her arm and chest. As she says "love, Bulldog", the shot shows one hand hugging the bear against her, with no time for this to have happened naturally.
Continuity mistake: When Niles and Daphne are on the roof having their picnic, Niles tries Daphne's peanut brittle but when she turns away he throws it off the roof, and lays the plate down on the blanket. When Daphne turns back and asks him what happened to the candy, we see him holding the plate again, even though he had no time to pick it up.