Mad Men

Waldorf Stories - S4-E6

Continuity mistake: The mink Roger purchases for Joan is dark brown. When Joan opens the box, the mink is black. (00:06:45 - 00:07:50)

David Lerner

The Beautiful Girls - S4-E9

Continuity mistake: Sally runs down the office hallway, trips and falls. Megan is there to hug her and we see Sally's right arm completely over Megan's left shoulder and Sally's left hand on Megan's right shoulder. From another angle, Sally has both her hands under Megan's arms with her hands on Megan's back. They go back and forth between these camera angles. (00:40:05)

The Chrysanthemum and the Sword - S4-E5

Continuity mistake: While Dr. Miller speaks with Don in the kitchen, halfway through the conversation, you can see that her right arm is holding a cup high near her breast. However, in the shot from the back, you can see alternatively that the arm is held with a 90 degree bent, towards the kitchen counter. (00:34:45)

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