Dr. Carter, I Presume - S3-E1

Continuity mistake: When Peter and Jeanie are outside talking about their test results, there is an extra in a green sweater behind them who covers more ground than humanly possible from one shot to the next.

Dr. Carter, I Presume - S3-E1

Continuity mistake: When Peter goes to his sister's picnic, he puts a pink box on the table and then sits in front of it. When his attention is diverted by a woman, suddenly the box is in front of him.

Dr. Carter, I Presume - S3-E1

Continuity mistake: Carter is doing a nasogastric intubation on a emergency patient and suddenly the patient violently pukes blood all over Carter's medical gown, his throat and the lower part of the face, then a quick shot of the stunned nurses, and when Carter is shown again he is perfectly clean.

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