Visible crew/equipment: When Michael is street dancing towards the end of the episode, about 5-10 seconds into the routine (as he's shuffling his feet on the floor) look just above the table on the right hand side of the screen. You can easily see a camera crew behind the table.
Continuity mistake: When we find out Mel is in the helicopter, there is a shot of the villain. Judging by the distance between the villain and the roof, the helicopter is at least 10 feet off the ground. Yet when Mel knocks the villain off the ladder, he falls at least 25 feet. Maybe more. (00:41:55)Casual Person
Continuity mistake: When Geoff is shouting at Donald, Jacqueline and Noreen for not getting anything right at crosswords, the people who walk behind them in the background keep changing between shots. It starts when Donald says "Quite saucy for a cartoon", a female hotel worker walks past them in the background. We can see the woman walking in the background when Geoff says "You're all sitting here talking rubbish". About 2 shots later, the female worker in the background is now much closer to them but still walking off. Then in the shot where Geoff says "Course it matters!", a male hotel worker and a woman in a bikini behind them walk past them. About 3 shots later, those exact same two people are seen walking past them again.Casual Person
Other mistake: Geoff paraglides into the wedding accidentally hitting Mel. Mel then flies onto the sand and is knocked out. But when everyone gets out of their seat and runs up to him, there is a long trail of sand coming from Mel's feet that could only have been made if he were dragged. He didn't get dragged, he just got kicked and flew into the air, then fell on the ground. (00:18:45)Casual Person
Factual error: At the pool party at the end of the episode, Asa Elliott is singing Gold by Spandau Ballet. Whilst he's singing, the shots change to different couples/families at the party. When Asa finishes the song, 5 minutes and 58 seconds have passed. The actual song is only 3 minutes 55 seconds.