Plot hole: At closing time, Cliff, Norm and Woody spontaneously decide to go to Cliff's house. Sam then enters the bar after his date at Melville's. Later in the scene, Rebecca asks Sam about the 'Three Stooges', to which Sam sarcastically replies that they went to Cliff's house. But how could he possibly know that since he entered the scene after they had already left.
Revealing mistake: When Frasier comes into the chalet after skiing he doesn't show any of the visible effects after a hard day on the slopes. Meaning, his face isn't even flushed from the cold, his hair is perfectly combed after wearing a hat and there is not even a drop of snow on his boots.
Add timeTobin OReilly
Other mistake: Right after Sam tells Carla he will sleep with the next woman who walks through the door, in the background there is an "Extra" (blonde-haired woman seen in background between Sam and Carla) who starts to cross right then turns and crosses lefts then turns right and stops and looks confused as to where she is to cross. Obviously she was given directions of which way to cross and when, but forgot.
Add timeRandy DeShong
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Carla is sitting at a table in the bar, dressed as the new Madame LaCarla and is voicing her doubts about being the new Madame, you can see that Carla is only wearing ONE earring. (left one). In other scenes she is wearing both earrings.
Continuity mistake: Just before they reveal the answers of Final Jeopardy, they take a wide shot, and Cliff's question (Who are 3 people who have never been in my kitchen) is already revealed. But when they take a tight shot and ask Cliff to reveal his question, it is covered up.
Audio problem: While Sam and Dianne are at Melville's after both of their lies have been revealed, when Dianne tells Sam that she came back on a quest for the truth, we hear Sam respond, "And you just brought along your one-man Warren Commission there," but his mouth is saying something entirely different.
Continuity mistake: Sam, Norm, and Woody are helping Rebecca move into Robin Colcord's house. When a curious Norm opens a bedroom door, the wall is bare. The shot cuts to Rebecca then back to Norm, but now there is a desk with flowers and a vase on it, plus a picture hanging on the wall.
Continuity mistake: In the opening scene when Norm is talking and he says "we caught a little movie this afternoon," he starts to take a drink from his beer, the shot cuts to behind him and he is still drinking. Then the shot changes - his mug is sitting in front of him, and he starts to take a drink.
Continuity mistake: When Frasier is sitting at the bar talking about the trip he is going to take, Cliff walks over and sits down. There is a beer sitting in front of him - he pushes it forward and Sam moves it. The shot changes and the beer is back where Cliff had first moved it, and he is holding his own beer. For the rest of the scene his beer keeps appearing and disappearing while the other one keeps changing position.
Continuity mistake: When Sam puts the paper from John on the bar it is next to a bowl, the next time we see it there is now more space between the bowl and the paper. Part of the paper is in the air, then the next shot when Sam picks up the paper it is lying flat on the bar.
Continuity mistake: When the guys are getting ready to leave for fishing and Diane is trying to get them to take Frasier, there is a carton of half and half on the bar. At one point Diane is seen taking it and holding it, but a couple of shots later the carton is now back where it was.
Continuity mistake: Carla tosses Rebecca an egg she is supposed to take care of, like a baby, for a $5 wager. The egg bounces off Rebecca's hands and over the bar onto the floor. In the next scene, Lilith and Frasier are walking into the bar and the egg was shown as being smashed on the bar itself. The next cutaway, with Lilith walking by the same spot, has no egg on the bar anymore.
Continuity mistake: After Don leaves the bar, a few minutes later Frasier shouts at him, "Run, Don! Run like the wind!" and Rebecca is left sitting alone at the table crying, but when it cuts to the overhead shot of the bar we see Don is still sitting at the table, even though he left five minutes earlier.
00:07:05 - 00:08:15Super Grover
Visible crew/equipment: When Rebecca leaves Don at the table to relax while she gets champagne to "celebrate the answer", it cuts to an overhead shot as we hear the TV host introduce Salman Rushdie and Dr. Ruth, and the set lighting can be seen as well as the boom and mic moving around at the top of the screen. A few minutes later the mic can be seen bobbing again in the overhead shot from the same angle.
00:03:20 - 00:08:20Super Grover
Visible crew/equipment: When Sam, Carla and Diane are in Sam's office and begin laughing Coach walks in, laughs for a few seconds, and leaves. Right after that the obvious shadow of a piece of equipment (probably a camera) passes across the floor in front of Diane.
Revealing mistake: The photographs and news items relating to the Boston Barmaid Contest have been clumsily pasted onto a real newspaper. The paper upon which they were printed is cleaner and whiter than the off-white newsprint and the photographs have much greater contrast.
Continuity mistake: When Sam tells everyone it's closing time, he asks Harry how he got into the bar whilst he is playing snooker. He replies and then places a white snooker ball two inches behind a blue ball. There is also a yellow ball about three inches to the right of the blue ball. In the next shot, the yellow ball has suddenly moved a foot away from the blue ball. The yellow ball returns to its original position three inches away from the blue ball in the next shot.
Continuity mistake: At the point Cliff is disputing the fact that he thought his answer was right, on the right-hand side you can see the woman player's, Agnes, score. It says $400. Then in the next shot it changes to $3300. Then in a little bit later it changes back to $400.
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