That '70s Show

The '70s Pilot - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: When Red throws the keys to the Vista Cruiser to Eric, you can see he (Eric) catches them with both hands clasped together, then the camera cuts to show Red and Kitty (with the back of Eric's head) you see now that his right hand is clenched in the air, then it cuts again and his hands are clasped together again. He could not have moved his hands that quick.

The '70s Pilot - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Eric gets the keys to the Vista Cruiser, just after he catches them, you can see that the door to the living room is wide open, but before when Red and Kitty were telling him the responsibilities of owning a car, it is closed. No one had gone through the door during the entire scene.

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