Corrected entry: White Goodman tells Michel to add three pounds to the scales in the women's locker room, and while that's intended to show that he's a greedy, unscrupulous jerk, it wouldn't help his bottom line at all. The women using the locker room are already members paying monthly fees, and White doesn't make any more money if they choose to work out longer. (00:10:20)
Corrected entry: In the scene where Peter's winnings are wheeled out to him and he says "Right on time, I appreciate it, thank you boys", a boom mike operator can be seen in the back. He is also visible in other parts of the scene.
Corrected entry: Peter bets the $100,000 on the 50:1 odds that was placed on his team to win. But after he took the $100,000, he was about to quit his team altogether. Why would he bet the money if he had no intention to play? Even if his team still could have played, it's chances of winning would be considerably lower. Also, after Peter had a change of heart, he had to rush to get back to the tournament, having no time to invest that money in between.
Corrected entry: During one of the Las Vegas scenes, Cotton McKnight states that it's the 1999 International Dodgeball Competition. Peter listens to his messages at the start of the movie and it says that 2 pornos and Sweet Home Alabama are overdue. Sweet Home Alabama was released in 2002, 3 years later.
Corrected entry: In the scene where White is trying to bribe Peter with $100,000, he sits the briefcase on the table and opens it. The money is right in the middle of the case. It's not secured in any way, so surely it should have been at bottom end of the case.
Corrected entry: When White is in his office with the donut, there is one light above him which is focused on him. Yet after Michelle walks in, there is light everywhere. Nobody touched any light switches.
Corrected entry: At the start, Kate tells Peter he is in debt but just before she says that she calls him Vince, which is the actor's real name - Vince Vaughan.
Corrected entry: At the end, past all of the credits, White starts singing and dancing to "Milkshake" by Kelis. He should not have been able to play this song because it is 1993, and that song didn't come out until ten years later.
Corrected entry: Dodgeball begins with Ben Stiller looking back to his overweight self in 1987, then states that it is six years later. So the story is supposed to be taking place in 1993. Yet, when Vince Vaughan is sulking in a bar and Lance Armstrong scolds him that he must also have a possibly terminal disease because Armstrong didn't give up when he had testicular, brain and another cancer and he went on to win five Tours de France in spite of this. Armstrong won his fifth Tour in 2003. What's ten years to make a point, right?
Corrected entry: When Kate goes to Peter's hotel room looking for him after he has checked out, she opens the door without the use of a key. The door is shut completely, so that means that it should only open if one had a key. So how does Kate open the door?
Corrected entry: When Average Joes is playing Troop 417 for the Sub-regional qualifier, Justin slides way over the line. He should be out for that, but a few seconds later he is still in the game and playing.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Kate comes to talk to White at the gym, we see him sit on a glass desk as he is talking to her. The table buckles underneath his weight, and every time he gets up then sits back down, it moves again, revealing its most likely a plastic of some sort.
Corrected entry: During the World Championship Tournament, one of the players of Average Joe's Gym fires off a shot straight down the court and hits a spectator in the head. Before the incident and after it, there are protective barriers to stop the crowd being hit. Where did the barrier disappear to?
Corrected entry: After Average Joe's win their first match, the famous, old dodgeball player gives his 'lucky scarf' to Peter. In any other scene following at the tournament, the dodgeball pro is still wearing the scarf until we see it again in the very end as a blindfold.
Corrected entry: At the beginning, Gordon confronts Peter and shows him the OSQ magazine and says he got addicted to it in high school. Later on, during the Dodgeball opening credits, the commentator says, "Bringing you sports since 1999, the OSQ". Considering his age, how could Gordon have gotten addicted to it in high school?