ER (1994)

2 continuity mistakes in Leave It to Weaver

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Leave It to Weaver - S6-E1

Continuity mistake: When Dr. Finch is talking to Jeanie about the AIDS patient, Jeanie's stethoscope goes from being fully visible over both lapels to being only visible on the right side - without her touching it.

Leave It to Weaver - S6-E1

Continuity mistake: When Elizabeth and Mark are in the trauma room for the first time the blue X-ray coats they are wearing disappear instantly right before the camera pans behind Elizabeth.


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