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Contemporary American Poultry - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: At the end when Abed is talking to the Dean, there's an open to-go box with chicken fingers. After the Dean asks who would steal a box of hairnets, it cuts back to Abed and the box and ketchup are gone. Post-it notes are also now seen and the stapler moved. In the next shot of Abed, the chicken is back.

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Contemporary American Poultry - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: When Jeff and Abed are talking in his room, the amount of the root beer float in Abed's glass changes. Especially noticeable is when Jeff leaves, the float goes from near the top and above his fingers to a couple fingers below.

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