Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place

Two Guys, a Girl and a Vacation - S2-E2

Continuity mistake: In Two Guys, a girl and a Vacation, Pete is drinking brandy with a man called Peter Faber. Peter Faber's glass is only a quarter filled, but a few shots later the glass is almost half full. It is impossible that he could have poured more into the glass, and the waitress couldn't have walked all the way down to the table in the few seconds it lasted for the angle to change.

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Sharon Carter: Actually, we're engaged "in theory."
Pete: Oh, that's great, congratulations. I'd explain it to Collette if I spoke French, and understood what you were talking about.
Sharon Carter: Why is everyone having such a tough time with this? It's very simple - an engagement is a promise to be married. And I am promising to be engaged, which in theory is a promise to be married, hence we are engaged in theory.
Johnny Donnelly: Good luck finding a card for that.

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Mistakes

In Two Guys, a girl and a Vacation, Pete is drinking brandy with a man called Peter Faber. Peter Faber's glass is only a quarter filled, but a few shots later the glass is almost half full. It is impossible that he could have poured more into the glass, and the waitress couldn't have walked all the way down to the table in the few seconds it lasted for the angle to change.

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