Continuity mistake: After the successful junkyard arrests, when it cuts to Ralph and Pam walking outside at the high school they stop at Ralph's new office. Its exterior door is white with three nameplates attached, and a brick wall perpendicular to it, but a few minutes later, while Bill and Ralph are arguing it cuts to another exterior shot of Ralph's office, and now the door is blue with one nameplate attached, and the brick wall has vanished.Super Grover
Continuity mistake: When Ralph escapes from the hospital and jumps into Pam's car, we see the entire front windshield without any sun visors or rearview mirror, but two sun visors and a rearview mirror suddenly appear in the closeup, which then disappear only to reappear and disappear again.Super Grover
Continuity mistake: While Bill and Ralph are in the car, John Mackie appears under the ship carrying the case with the suit. After John places the case in the car's trunk he walks back towards the ship empty handed, but in the last shot of John standing under the ship he's still holding the case.Super Grover
Character mistake: While Bill and Ralph are arguing in the car, Ralph refers to Bill's injuries by saying "you look like an advert insurance company", which makes no sense. What he obviously meant to say was either "you look like an advert for an insurance company" or "you look like an insurance company advert."Jason Hoffman
Deliberate mistake: When the show premiered on March 18th, 1981 Ralph's last name started out as Hinkley, but after a couple of episodes had aired on TV, on March 30th a man named Hinckley shot then U.S. President Reagan and three other people, so in the remaining episodes of season 1 Ralph's last name was changed to Hanley. His last name was changed back to Hinkley in season 2.Super Grover
Continuity mistake: In one scene, Ralph is in a phone booth desperately trying to make a phone call. Ralph is nervous and panicky. But when you look at his reflection on the phone, you can see a big relaxed smile on him. When it cuts back to him, he is still acting nervous and panicky.Gavin Jackson
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