ER (1994)

3 continuity mistakes in The Peace of Wild Things

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The Peace of Wild Things - S6-E6

Continuity mistake: Peter is at his sister's house, in the kitchen, and they are talking about Carla. Jackie takes the dish towel off her shoulder and drapes it over a chair back and heads for the fridge. When the shot changes to her standing at the fridge, the towel is over her shoulder again. In the next shot, it's gone again.

The Peace of Wild Things - S6-E6

Continuity mistake: When Peter is doing the DNA test on Reese, the little boy's hands alternate from being behind him to being in front of him throughout the scene with no time for natural change.

The Peace of Wild Things - S6-E6

Continuity mistake: An elderly patient is grabbing at Dr. Lawrence's hands and crying, "Help me." He pulls his hand out of her grasp, but in the next shot we see him pull it away from her again.

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