Continuity mistake: Toward the end of this episode, Stewie is at home in the living room talking to Rupert about how depressed he is about being alone. All of a sudden he hears his family come back home, so he gets up from the couch and runs to the window leaving Rupert on the couch. As soon as Stewie moves his head away from the window take notice that Rupert is no longer on the couch.
Continuity mistake: In the episode "FOX-y Lady" (7-10) it was established that Quagmire was 61 years old. In this episode, Quagmire stated to Meg he was bullied in 1986 and a flashback shows that he was a teenager. So how could Quagmire have been bullied in 1986 as a teenager if he should have been in his 30's at this time?
Continuity mistake: When we first see Joe's police car in his driveway, the lights on top of the car have the blue half on the driver side and the red half on the passenger side, later on in some scenes the red half is on the driver side while the blue half is on the passenger side.
Continuity mistake: Meg goes to the party wearing a mask without her glasses on. When she's in the closet, her mask is off and she has her glasses on, even though she didn't wear them to the party.
Continuity mistake: When Stewie goes down the stairs in his bed, when he hits the front door, the door opens outwards outside. It always opens towards the inside. Plus in this episode, the door is brown when he rolls outside. Next scene and the other times in the show it's a red door.
Continuity mistake: When the black knight appears and says to Peter "What are you doing with my girl!?", there is a pitcher and a basket with a chicken leg on the table. But on the next shot where the camera is facing to Peter, both the pitcher and the basket disappear.
Continuity mistake: When Meg's boss tells her to fire Peter, he has plungers on his nipples. He walks over to Meg and takes them off. A second later his shirt is tucked in without Peter being able to tuck it in. He's holding plungers in both hands.
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