Continuity mistake: During Season 2, Episode 9 (Special Education), just as Blaine is singing "Hey soul sister, I don't wanna miss." for the last time, he is several feet in front of the other Warblers. But during the next shot, as he is singing ".a single thing you do.", he's right in front of them. So he jumped back several feet between two shots.
Continuity mistake: Kurt informs Blaine that he flew in an airplane for the first time. This however is incorrect, as Kurt flew to Albuquerque NM for the 2010 Cheerios Championships. In the season 1 episode Sectionals it is mentioned the Cheerios Nationals are in Albuquerque and in the season 1 episode Funk The Cheerios return from Albuquerque the same day. 1500 miles in less than a day means they flew.DVCorvis
Continuity mistake: At the end of the episode when Kurt and Blaine are sat in the Lima Bean, the position of Blaine's hand where it props up his face changes. Whenever we see Blaine from the front, his fingers are curved slightly, but when we see Kurt (and the back of Blaine's head), his fingers are held straight so they do not interfere with the shot.dyeitblue
Continuity mistake: Near the end of the episode, when Mr Schue is talking to Terri in the school hallway, there are several people walking around in the background and there is even one student running towards the camera. In the next shot - one second later - the hallway is completely empty.peter218
Continuity mistake: When Lauren drags Puck into the storage closet for Seven Minutes In Heaven, there are hearts on the wall which appear to be decorations for Valentine's Day. As the Seven Minutes In Heaven happened prior to Sectionals, which was well before Valentine's Day, these shouldn't be there.Douglasac
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