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Death Lives - S3-E6

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Peter gets a ride from Cleveland, there is no one behind the wheel of the car while Peter is walking up to the front door.

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Death Lives - S3-E6

Continuity mistake: The white volleyballs turn into colorful beach balls and then back into white volleyballs.

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Death Lives - S3-E6

Revealing mistake: When Peter first meets Lois's dad, when they are talking, when Carter raises his eyebrows, for a split second, you can see his "extra" set of eyebrows.

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Death Lives - S3-E6

Continuity mistake: The steering wheel in Cleveland's van changes color. First it's black. Then it changes to grey when Peter gets in.

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Lois: Hello?
Peter: I can't take the trash out today, I'm working late at the office.
Lois: The caller ID says you're calling from the kitchen. In fact I can see you.
Peter: [Edging sideways.] OK, can you see me now?
Lois: No.
Peter: Now I am at the office.

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Mistakes

They're in the Clam complaining that they can't drink when they make the revelation that Brian can because he's technically 56. But Quagmire should be able to drink, as in a much earlier episode, he's revealed to be over 60.

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Trivia

The voices of Brian, Stewie and Peter (as well as other minor characters) are all voiced by the creator, Seth Macfarlane.

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