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ER (1994)

3 continuity mistakes in Of Past Regret and Future Fear

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Of Past Regret and Future Fear - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: After Anna tells Tina Marie she might have kidney problems, Tina grabs her husband Emmett's hand and then puts her other hand over it; the next shot shows her hand is still on the tray and then she moves it to cover Emmett's again.

Of Past Regret and Future Fear - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: When Carter is trying to get his cousin Chase to draw a picture, sometimes there is a glass of juice on the tray and sometimes there isn't.

Of Past Regret and Future Fear - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: As Carter's grandmother is asking him if he'll be at his grandfather's dinner, we see him pick up a mug by its handle - but the next shot, from behind his shoulder, shows him holding the mug by the side.

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