Continuity mistake: At the end of this episode, you see Griff standing with Joey and Frankie. He's wearing a jacket over a pink button down shirt that has a red collar and red accents. He sees a girl, and the camera moves to Joey who stands up on the bench and screams at the girl, then when the camera goes back to Grif, he's wearing a jacket over a plain old faded red shirt. I wonder what happened to the other shirt.
Character mistake: At one point Cory is telling Shawn about how he can't protect Topanga and they've only been married for one week. But they spent their wedding night in jail, 12 days on their honeymoon and 1 night in their new apartment. So actually the couple have been married for 2 weeks.
Factual error: Throughout the series we are told over and over that Cory and Shawn have known each other forever. We see the boys and Topanga meet when they are about 6 years old, and Cory says at one point that Mr. Feeny has always been their teacher. Yet, in this episode Mr. Feeny says Sean was born in Ohio, lived in Oklahoma and was in and out of 5 schools by the age of 12. This implies that the boys did not meet until middle school, (age 12, when Sean arrived in PA.).
Continuity mistake: At the start, in Cory and Topanga's dorm room, Topanga asks if Cory thinks she is attractive. He says "Yah, let me prove it," and leans on his side. For a split second they show Topanga walking to the door. Then it shows Cory and he is sitting up, if you pay close attention, to Cory and the way he sounds, you can tell they had to start over because somebody messed up
Plot hole: At the beginning of the episode, Eric and Jack call the cops on Luther for planning an illegal rave at the college, but the cops let him go because he had not started the rave. He still broke into the student union building, and therefore should have still been arrested.
Continuity mistake: When Cory is "The Coconut Guy" he is showing Jay Leno, David Letterman and Arnold Schwarzenegger. When Topanga comes to the shop Cory knocks the Arnold Schwarzenegger coconut down but in the next show [a half a second later] it is perfectly straight up.
Continuity mistake: When Cory first confronts Shawn over kissing Topanga in their dorm room, Shawn is looking through his drawer for a shirt. The shot goes to Cory for a second, then when it goes back to Shawn he's had time to find a shirt and put it on - the shot wasn't off him for nearly enough time to do that.
Continuity mistake: Just after Cory talks about being a "baby shower machine", Morgan walks past him. There's then a quick shot of Alan and then we see Cory again, and again Morgan walks past him. It's not the same shot from two different angles, as Cory is acting differently each time.
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Continuity mistake: When Mr. Feeny says "As if you are returning for your 20th high school reunion", there is a red crown on Mr. Feeny's desk with Minkus sitting on a chair at the end. After the camera cuts to a close up of Minkus saying 'More like a pre-union", there is a cut to Mr Feeny who turns to him. Minkus is all of a sudden holding the crown on his lap, then he is seen putting the crown back onto the desk.
Continuity mistake: When the show starts, Angela and Shawn are kissing. The shot changes to Topanga and Cory, who has popcorn on his shirt. The shot goes back to Shawn and Angela, when Cory is shown again, the popcorn is gone. Again the shot changes to Shawn and Angela, then back to Cory and the popcorn reappears.
Revealing mistake: When Eric tells Cory and Shawn that the hot chocolates were $4, Cory looks up at the prices and says "that's the retail price." As the scene and the rest of the episode go on, if you pay close attention to the sign that has all the prices, hot chocolate is not an item.
Continuity mistake: In the season 7 episode "I'm Gonna Be Like You, Dad" Alan and Amy's youngest son Joshua is shown to be an infant. However in this episode, which takes place roughly 4 months after the aforementioned episode, he is shown to be around 2 years old.
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Continuity mistake: When Feeny appears in the hall, he has his hands in front of him, and he is holding them. When Shawn touches him on the shoulder and Feeny falls on his knees, his hands are still in the same position, but when he is shown lying on the ground, his arms are now be his sides. Feeny was dead, so there is no way that he could've moved his arms.
Other mistake: When anybody leaves the house, you can always see that when they open the door, they turn left and go; you can also see bricks/part of a porch in front of the door. But when the house is shown from the front, the fences are on both sides of the door, but not in front of it. So there is no way that they could turn left when leaving.
Continuity mistake: When Alan is talking to Cory in his room, telling him that he can always come home, he is pointing his finger at him. He has his right arm rested on his legs and is pointing with the left arm. Just before the shot changes to face Cory, Alan stops pointing. In the next shot, facing Cory, Alan has his left arm resting, and is pointing with his right arm.
Continuity mistake: When Cory, Shawn and Feeny are at the table, Feeny's glass is almost half full. Cory later fills it up, but in the next shot the glass is half full again. In a later shot it's full and then it's somewhere in between half full and filled up.
Continuity mistake: In the beginning of the show, Cory is showing Shawn something he wrote in the school paper. Cory walks away leaving his backpack on the bench. In this whole scene to the point where Cory says, "Is it just me or is it just me" sometimes he is wearing his backpack, and sometimes he isn't.
Plot hole: After Shawn leaves Cory's house to get a pizza, he calls Cory on the phone literally a minute later to tell him that Lenny Dykstra is at the pizza place. There's no way Shawn could have left Cory's house, walked to the pizza place, spotted Dykstra and either asked to use the restaurant's phone or found a pay phone to call Cory in such a short amount of time.