Continuity mistake: While Stewie and Olivia are performing, Olivia is wearing a light purple dress. After the performance, when Stewie and Olivia are sitting on the piano talking to their teacher, Olivia's dress and hair bow changes from purple to blue in between shots. She is also wearing dark red lipstick instead of none at all.
Continuity mistake: When Peter is calling for people to fight Lois, he is standing next to a sign that says "Fight the ass kicking housewife" and has metal rings at the top. When it moves to a closer shot, a hyphen has appeared between "ass" and "kicking". Then, after the space where the commercial break would have been, the sign now says "$10.00" and there are no metal rings. Finally, in the next shot, the sign says "Fight the..." and has metal rings on top.
Continuity mistake: At the bottom of the stairs there is a picture of Peter and Lois, and the song "So Long, Farwell" starts. The kids start singing and you can see in the backround the picture is gone then comes back when the kids are going back up the stairs.
Continuity mistake: In this episode, Mort Goldman shows Peter a dating video he made, saying it's how he and his wife met. He is an adult in the video, yet in an earlier episode 'The Kiss Seen Round The World', Mort's wife tells the Griffins that she met him when they were just 14.
Continuity mistake: When the family is in the traffic jam there's a shot from the front of the car, and in the next shot from the backseat of the car, Peter's face (glasses and part of nose) is reflected in the rear view mirror. However, there's no rear view mirror in the first front shot or shots following backseat shot.
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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.
Continuity mistake: Just before Peter enters the tunnel in his new car, the white line in the middle of the road is blotchy and not continuous. When the shot changes to Peter's POV, the line has completely disappeared. The next shot which shows the car side on, there is now a straight white line on the road.
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