Everybody Loves Raymond

Separation - S5-E23

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Debra tells Ray her parents have separated and he laughs, later on in this scene he tells Debra that he got free candy from the broken vending machine at work. When Debra leaves the room, Ray starts taking more candies out his pockets and throwing them on the bed. Take notice of the position of the sweets on the bed. Now just after the close up scene of Ray scratching his head, look at the position of the sweets. Totally different. One or two are actually closer to the end of the bed, whereas in the scene before, they were more further on. (00:52:50 - 00:53:55)

Agroth II

Frank Paints the House - S5-E24

Continuity mistake: Inside the kitchen, the back door is perpendicular to the sink's wall. On the outside, the door is part of one continuous wall.

The Wallpaper - S5-E3

Continuity mistake: When Marie backs the car into Ray and Deborah's house, the debris on the car changes from shot to shot.

Mozzie-6

Meant to Be - S5-E4

Continuity mistake: When Robert stops Marie from calling Amy, he removes the phone from her hand and places it on the table where it rolls out of place. In the next scene, the phone is placed back where Robert put it before.

Ray's Journal - S5-E14

Continuity mistake: In the episode "Traffic School," Robert notes that when he was young during a family trip he was left at a gas station in New Mexico. But in "Ray's Journal," he says that he was left at a gas station in Arizona.

dhamilton27

Let's Fix Robert - S5-E21

Continuity mistake: When Robert is in Debra and Ray's kitchen, as they talk Debra holds a plate with a slice of meatloaf on it. When she finally places the plate on the table, the piece of meatloaf Ray eats is different.

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The Walk to the Door - S5-E7

Continuity mistake: When the family is riding to the wedding, a bright orange sign is visible in the background. A few shots later, the same sign goes by again.

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