Gilmore Girls

Gilmore Girls (2000)

3 mistakes in That Damn Donna Reed

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That Damn Donna Reed - S1-E14

Continuity mistake: When Lorelai and Luke are in Luke's Diner to choose the color for the walls, Luke turns around the 'closed'-sign on the door. In this shot you can see that the venetian blind at the door is quite messed-up; partly closed, partly opened. In the following shot, where all the people are standing outside Luke's Diner looking trough the windows, the venetian blind is orderly and completely opened.

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That Damn Donna Reed - S1-E14

Continuity mistake: In the first scene when Dean brings pizza and they are discussing about Donna Reed: In one shot Lorelai is opening the pizza box and she and Rory take a piece and start eating while they are talking. In the following shot, the piece of pizza in Lorelai's hand is gone and Rory takes a piece from the box - you can see that the pizza is complete again.

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That Damn Donna Reed - S1-E14

Visible crew/equipment: When Taylor is complaining to Luke, Rory and Lorelai about faded paint, a bright green mic dips above Luke's head.

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