It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2005)

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The Gang Exploits the Mortgage Crisis - S5-E1

Continuity mistake: After Dennis, Charlie and Mac kick apart the family's front door, the amount of damage to the door decreases significantly when Frank begins questioning the lawyer.

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The Gang Exploits the Mortgage Crisis - S5-E1

Visible crew/equipment: When the gang realizes the family is still residing in the home Frank has just purchased a verbal quarrel ensues, obviously. In one of the shots you can see a good bit of a crew member on the left side of the screen. (00:05:40)

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