Corrected entry: In the scene where Heather says that she invented cigarette paper that burns faster, she humiliates Michele by saying that she didn't invent Post-Its, Art Fry did. The true inventor of Post-Its was Dr. Spence Silver in 1968.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Romy and Michele are arguing in the desert, when they get back into the car, it shows a close up shot that shows a large soda cup on the armrest between the seats. The shot changes to outside to show one girl struggling with the seatbelt and the other trying to start the car. Neither pick up the cup before the car peels out and takes off. Wouldn't the cup have been thrown into the back seat making a huge mess?
Corrected entry: During the scene when Michelle is dreaming that she is at the reunion, she is hit by a limo. She rolls over the limo and ends up knocking the wing off of the trunk. A couple of scenes later when the two cars are driving off, the wing is back on. (00:52:05 - 00:57:05)
Corrected entry: When Michelle calls Romy in her dream 70 years later, when she is talking to Billy Jr. the doors to the room of the death bed are closed. When the scene changes and Romy starts complaining, the doors are open. (00:59:10)
Corrected entry: In the scene where Romy and Michele flash back to their prom, Toby walks up to Sandy Frank and Heather Mooney and asks who can name all the 50 state capitals. The first capital that Sandy names is Albuquerque, which is not the capital of any of the 50 states. Santa Fe is the capital of New Mexico. (00:20:00)
Corrected entry: Isn't it weird that when Michelle dreams about the reunion she knows what everybody looks like?
Corrected entry: In Michele's dream when she and Romy win the awards, it comes as a surprise to everyone that there were two winners, but then why were there two medals already there?
Corrected entry: When Romy picks Michelle up after getting the car from Ramon, there is a big white box in the back seat. When they are driving along the highway, the box has disappeared.
Corrected entry: Has anybody wondered how a cashier and an unemployed person can afford to live in a huge beach front apartment in Venice Beach? Seems a bit out of their price range.