Continuity mistake: During both driving scenes, the street lights in the background do not fade away in the distance to indicate they are actually driving forward. When Doug, Carrie and Arthur are pulled over waiting for Spence (and again when waiting for Arthur at Dairy Queen), lights scroll over the car and the sound of a passing vehicle can be heard but no car is seen to pass by or drive away in the distance.
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Other mistake: When playing poker, Stef says she has all hearts which is a flush. However if you look at the cards she puts on the table, there is a 6 of diamonds and 3 of clubs. Therefore, not a flush. Everyone at the table, (Lou, Mr. Prezants, Deacon, Spencer and Doug) all agree it's a flush.
Continuity mistake: In the episode where Priority Plus is mentioned, after the Priority Plus driver has got Doug out of the drive through, he gives Doug a lift in his truck. In some shots there is a window on the side of the street. In the window there is no Priority Plus truck visible.
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Audio problem: When Doug enters the kitchen wearing his leather jacket and tells Carrie he just got in from riding the bike, you can see the bike parked just outside the kitchen window in the backyard. If that was true it would have been heard from inside the kitchen, as motorcycles are quite loud.
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Continuity mistake: While Arthur tries to convince Spence about the card, when Spence bites into the fake cookie he's holding it in his left hand and holding the plate in his right hand, but in the next shot facing Arthur the items have switched hands.
Visible crew/equipment: When Doug is getting a lift from the Priority Plus driver after being rescued from being stuck in the drive-thru, you can see the camera truck (the truck they use to film exterior road/driving shots) in the reflections of the glass windows of buildings behind Doug when the camera cuts to him.
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