30 Rock

30 Rock (2006)

2 continuity mistakes in Season 1 generally

Season 1 generally

Continuity mistake: In the episode "The Fighting Irish", Jack's brother and father appear. Jack says "I haven't seen my father in 17 years." But throughout the rest of the series, it is mentioned many times that Jack's father ran away when Jack was little.

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Season 1 generally

Continuity mistake: In the pilot episode, when Liz walks back into the writer's office Frank throws a sandwich at her, and she tells them to get it out of their system, i.e. throw things at her. We see all of the writers (Frank, Lutz, Toofer, Josh, a bald man, and a woman) grab various items off the table and the female writer grabs what appears to be an orange ball. When the shot changes to the objects hitting Liz, the ball does not appear. (It is not the bag of Cheetos, as you can tell it is made of some kind of foam.)

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Tina Fey fumbles her line and has to start it again. The original line should have been "How long do you think you're going to get away with this? Hazel or Jenna will know we're missing." Instead the second part of the line is "Henna or Jay; Hazel or Jenna will know we're missing!"

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Season 3, Episode 11, "St. Valentine's Day". When Jack is in the church confessional, he tells the priest that one of his sins was "I once said I was God in a deposition." This is a reference to Alec Baldwin's character in "Malice", where he did state he was a God during a deposition.

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