Corrected entry: Throughout the show, the character's lockers continually change position. For example, Rachel's locker is at first near the end of a row, a few down from Quinn's, yet later it's in the middle of the row, nowhere near any of the other Glee kid's lockers, and even later it's the second one down in a completely different row.
Corrected entry: When Will flunks the Cheerios in "Throwdown", Quinn, Santana and Brittany are still at warm-up, implying they are not failing Spanish. But how could Brittany be passing Spanish when she has such a low intelligence and is even seen trying to steal Quinn's test, saying, "I just don't understand anything"?
Corrected entry: In "Hello", when Sue takes a picture of herself with Figgins in his bed, look very closely and you'll see that the camera only takes a picture of Figgin's right side and some of Sue's stomach. In reality, this photo would be no good as blackmail, as neither of their faces are even in the photo.
Corrected entry: At the end of "A Very Glee Christmas", Artie is given a ReWalk by Coach Beiste to help him walk again. However, at the time, the ReWalk was only available for use in rehabilitation centers, and not yet for personal use. In addition, it's highly unlikely that Coach Beiste would have the funds to buy a ReWalk.
Corrected entry: In the episode Vitamin D (Season 1, Episode 6), Terri gives Finn and the other Glee kids Pseudoephedrine tablets, telling them that Pseudoephedrine is the ingredient which makes decongestants non-drowsy. This isn't the case: Pseudoephedrine is itself the decongestant, which has a side effect in some people of promoting excitability. It certainly would not have made the kids as jumpy and energetic as they are shown to be.Douglasac
Corrected entry: During "Home", when Sue is talking about the Master Cleanse, she says she hasn't had a solid meal since 1987. Yet in a previous episode "Mattress", when she talks about having eye surgery, she is eating a container of lasagna. I'm pretty sure lasagna counts as a solid meal.