Grey's Anatomy

Something to Talk About - S2-E7

Continuity mistake: When Nurse Debbie gives Christina all the patient files, the 'explosive diarrhoea' file that she puts at the very top of the pile disappears in the next shot and then reappears in the next shot, but turned the other way round.

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Something to Talk About - S2-E7

Continuity mistake: When everyone is sitting outside at the cafeteria eating lunch, in one shot Christina removes the red lid of her smoothie bottle but in the next shot it is suddenly back on. Then it keeps changing from either being on or off.

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Hamster

Something to Talk About - S2-E7

Continuity mistake: When Christina tries to talk to Burke about their relationship, he ignores her and she walks over to the banister and leans her head on her left hand. But in the next shot her whole left arm is down on the banister rail.

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