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Corrected entry: During "Wheels", Puck says that "[Brittney] is always cheating off [Becky]'s test papers in math class." Yet in a previous episode, he says he hasn't been to a math class in three years.

Correction: That does not mean that he isn't aware that Brittney cheats off of Becky.

Season 1 generally

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.

Correction: It was yams, not lasagna. And I'm pretty sure it was a joke, and supposed to be absurd, not necessarily a continuity error.

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Rachel: I tried, but I don't have a gag reflex.
Emma: When you're older, that will turn out to be a gift.



In "Wheels," when Artie is singing 'Dancing By Myself' and doing tricks in his wheelchair, the wheels on the back of the chair that prevent him from falling backwards disappear and reappear, depending on whether or not he is performing a trick.



The show is based on creator Ian Brennan's experience in show choir at Prospect High School in Illinois.