Malcolm in the Middle

Bowling - S2-E20

Continuity mistake: When they are bowling, Malcolm decides to walk up the alley to make a strike. The shot behind him shows him walking into the lane. When the shot switches to the front, he's walking over the line again.

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Bowling - S2-E20

Continuity mistake: In the bowling alley, the design above the pins is blue and pink pins. While in the back of the bowling alley, above the pins is a different design.

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Bowling - S2-E20

Continuity mistake: In the side of the story when Lois takes the boys, Malcolm has some kiddy bumpers put in to help him bowl. In the next scene when Reese is about to tell Beth the joke, you can see the lane which Malcolm was just at but there are no bumpers in the gutters. Then later when Malcolm stands up to Lois they are back in the gutters.

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