Phoenix Nights

Season 2 Episode 2 - S2-E2

Continuity mistake: When Brian is having a go at the person about the inflatable, that person then sits on the "love length" and says it's optional, the camera cuts to Brian and co then it cuts back to the person and for some strange reason he has some paper eyes (for Sammy Snake)in his hands. They couldn't have been in his pockets because the paper eyes weren't creased.

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Season 2 Episode 2 - S2-E2

Continuity mistake: When Ray Von is walking towards the van with the inflatable in, there is only one person in the van, the driver. But when the shot changes and he is by the driver's window of the van, there is a passenger in the van also.

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Suggested correction: This entry is incorrect. If you watch the scene carefully you can see the passenger's nose and mouth very slightly in the window screen, To add to this, if you look at the passenger window as the van pulls up you can see the passenger is leaning against it, obscuring him from the front window shot.

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