Corrected entry: At the end of this episode, Eric flings the door of the classroom open, runs out and picks up Rachel. He re-enters the classroom carrying her, puts her on the floor and sits on her. When the camera angle changes to a view from where the rest of the gang is sitting, the door of the classroom is shut tight, even though Eric did not close it on the way in.
Corrected entry: In season 1 when the camera zooms in on Cory and Eric's room, their window is shown on the front of the house. In other episodes Shawn has climbed through the window a number of times. He has done this from the tree house, but the tree house is on the side of the house by Feeny's yard.Conine
Corrected entry: I think this is the episode were Shawn and Topanga have to kiss for the movie but when they do Cory says that their kiss had to mean something and that you can't have a kiss without it meaning anything,so how come in an earlier episode when he went to that ski lodge and kissed that girl he kept telling Topanga it didn't mean anything.
Corrected entry: When Cory tries to regain the curls in his hair by putting rollers in it after the straightener ruined it, it turns into a huge Don King-like afro afterward. How in the world did Cory's hair get that long when all he had from the get-go was short curly hair?
Corrected entry: When the boys are talking about Mr. Feneey's test being so hard Eric says each question had 11 choices. Then he asks his friend what he put for a question and he says R, and the Eric says he put V, and those are pasts the 11th letter, and later the girl is giving Eric the answers she says 4 is X, again past the 11th letter.
Corrected entry: When Cory is telling the family about his game, he says he grabbed the rebound, and the opposing team fouled him. Then he made the free throw and won the game. In logic, no team would give another team a free throw, rather than making someone shoot a final shot.
Corrected entry: In the episode where Shawn and Cory find out about Turner's pop quiz, they are reading Of Mice and Men. In this episode, Eric is asked to turn in a paper on the same book. Very rarely will a school teach the same book in 7th grade and 12th grade literature
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