Family Guy

Family Guy (1999)

5 continuity mistakes in Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington

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Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington - S3-E3

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Peter is at the baseball game, Stewie is sitting next to a boy he calls "Opie." The camera then cuts away to a clip. When the camera cuts back, "Opie" is gone and a grown man is now sitting next to Stewie. (00:02:55)

Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington - S3-E3

Continuity mistake: When Mr. Weed is crying about losing his job, we see a view of a long line of trees in the window behind him. The camera switches to a close-up of Peter. When it zooms out again, the trees on the right of Mr. Weed are missing.

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Suggested correction: I watched this part of the episode twice and no trees are missing in the window behind Mr. Weed after the close-up on Peter. Actually, Mr. Weed's head is covering part of the window where you can't see the trees on the right when he's lying on the table, but when he gets up you can see all the trees.

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Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington - S3-E3

Continuity mistake: When Peter is sharpening the pencils, the ones that he throws on the table are much shorter than what he sharpened them to.

Cybermoose
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Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington - S3-E3

Continuity mistake: When Peter goes to Mr. Weed's office for skipping work to go to a baseball game, he has a piece of paper in his right hand. When the shot changes, however, the paper is in his left hand.

Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington - S3-E3

Continuity mistake: When Peter is talking to Mr. Weed at the baseball game, the shade of Peter's hair color changes from lighter to darker and vice versa multiple times. (00:03:35)

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