Factual error: In the very beginning of Perfect Castaway, when Peter is talking to his workers and telling them he's going to have to "put them down", he pulls out a shotgun and four shells. He puts two shells in each barrel, but then continues to shoot 5 times when they jump in the water. First of all the shotgun is a double-barreled, break action type shotgun, so Peter should only have been able to put two shells in it. Second of all, even if he could put two shells in each barrel, he would only be able to fire it four times.
Factual error: At the end of Peter's trombone solo, he holds out his last note. While holding the note, he moves the slide with no change to the note whatsoever. Since the pitch of the trombone is controlled by the slide, it would be impossible for Peter to move the slide as much as he does without changing the pitch he's playing.
Factual error: In all the scenes where Peter wrecks Cleveland's house and Cleveland is in the bath, the tub always slides easily out of the house with Cleveland in it and onto the ground. There are no pipes or any kind of plumbing visible on the bathroom floor where the tub should have been connected.
Factual error: When Peter has his KISS trivia game with Dave the nudist, he asks what the ad read that brought Peter Criss to KISS, and they both answer in unison: "Drummer willing to do anything to make it". In fact, the ad read: "Drummer with 15 years' experience willing to do anything to make it". As the original ad is referenced and shown in several biographies on KISS, as well as the "KISS: eXposed" video, it's not something these two trivia experts would have missed.
Factual error: When Brian fires his pistol in the air, eventually killing the Super Devil, we hear six gunshots, each followed the distinct clink of the ejected cartridge hitting the ground. Trouble is, Brian is firing a revolver, which does not eject the cartridge after the bullet is fired. Only automatics do that.
Factual error: When Meg is spinning her flag on the football field, she grips her flag at the bottom of the pole. She should grip in the middle of the pole, directly under the silk. It would be near-impossible to execute the spin she was doing if she was holding the pole that way.
Add timeKathy Tjarks
Factual error: In the episode, the Titanic is shown to have sunk the same day it left England. The actual Titanic left England on April 10 and didn't sink until the night of April 14, almost 4 days later. Plus they show it leaving from London, not Southampton as it did.