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4 continuity mistakes in Fire in the Belly

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Fire in the Belly - S2-E19

Continuity mistake: When Susan and Chloe are doing the dishes, there is a dish towel in a bowl to the left of Susan. As Chloe takes baby Susie away, the towel disappears.

Fire in the Belly - S2-E19

Continuity mistake: As Chloe is leaving the kitchen, there is a bowl to the right of the sink, but when the shot goes back to Susan, the bowl has mysteriously disappeared.

Fire in the Belly - S2-E19

Continuity mistake: When Susan knocks on Chloe's door, we see her holding the baby's toy but when the shot goes to Chloe's face, baby Susie is now holding the toy, but it returns to Susan's hand in the next shot. There was no time for any transfer.

Fire in the Belly - S2-E19

Continuity mistake: Susan goes to see the patient Mrs. Garvey - we can see the sticky tape on her right shoulder, but as the scene progresses, her gown is pulled up, covering it - even though no one adjusted it during the scene.

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