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Lilly, Do You Want to Know a Secret? - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: In the cafeteria, when Oliver joins Miley and Lilly at the table the food and trays change position, particularly the milk carton. Then when Oliver stands up and announces that Lilly has the two tickets, suddenly the apple has changed trays and the juice box and milk carton are lying flat.

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Torn Between Two Hannahs - S1-E17

Continuity mistake: At the end of the episode, the Stewart's neighbour comes in their house and takes their pot of candy. In the next shot when Robbie and Jackson are talking, the pot is back on the table.

He Ain't a Hottie, He's My Brother - S3-E1

Continuity mistake: As Miley talks to Lily on the beach about what Jackson said about liking her - Miley's bag falls from her shoulder and is then in her hand, but is then on her shoulder again - and goes back and forth during the scene.

Would I Lie to You, Lilly? - S3-E6

Continuity mistake: After Lilly puts on the lip gloss and her lips go numb, in the shot facing her she is holding the lip gloss in her right hand, but next shot facing Miley the lip gloss has vanished from her now open hand.

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Achy Jakey Heart, Part One - S2-E9

Continuity mistake: When Jackson picks up the dollar bill from the 'hot' surfer, it is folded neatly in half, but next shot the bill is crumpled up.

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On the Road Again - S1-E12

Continuity mistake: After Maddie tells Robbie Ray that her mother will be happy to learn he's alive, Miley tells her to take some of the happy and put it over by the suitcase, at which point we see the suitcase is zipped up, but in previous and following shots it's unzipped.

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Miley Get Your Gum - S1-E2

Continuity mistake: When Miley is about to tell Oliver that she's Hannah Montana, her lips are really black. When it cuts back to her after Oliver asks "Why?", her lips aren't black at all.

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O Say, Can You Remember the Words? - S1-E10

Continuity mistake: In the beach scene, when Rico sets down his candy box on the bar, the label is turned towards the camera, but when the shot goes to Jackson and then back to Rico the label is turned away from the camera.

Ooh, Ooo, Itchy Woman - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: When Miley and Robby Ray are at the table talking and eating the chocolate cake, the jar of jelly keeps moving on and off the napkin.

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Lilly, Do You Want to Know a Secret? - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: When the ketchup is on Miley's hand in the lunch room it disappears and reappears when she picks up her tray and also when Lilly puts the bracelet on Miley.

It's My Party, And I'll Lie If I Want To - S1-E5

Continuity mistake: Miley has to hide all of the newspapers under her sofa, because they have the bad Hannah headlines on them. We see a lot of the papers fall out from under the sofa, but when Lily comes in, the papers that fell on the floor are gone.

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Continuity mistake: In the episode when Miley has to choose who to take to the tennis match with her, in the scene when the first caramel candy apple lands on Rico's head, the stick is facing backwards. When the second caramel candy apple land on his head, the first apple's stick is now facing forward.

Ooh, Ooo, Itchy Woman - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: When Robbie Ray busts Miley for the fake rash, she says, "I'm healed...!" and her hands are empty, but in the following shot the phone is back in her hand.

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Lilly, Do You Want to Know a Secret? - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: In the first episode, when Miley is eating the sundae, the objects on the table keep changing position.

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Achy Jakey Heart, Part One - S2-E9

Continuity mistake: Lily is talking to Miley about Jake being in the tabloids. The page she is continuously talking about changes from one shot to the next, but we never see her flip the page.

I Can't Make You Love Hannah If You Don't - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: When Hannah comes onstage to perform, her microphone changes from having a silver head to a black head during her performance.

Once, Twice, Three Times Afraidy - S3-E15

Continuity mistake: When Jackson is in the air with the balloons his flip-flop lands beside Rico. The flip-flop goes from behind Rico to in front, from face up to face down, and so on.

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Money for Nothing, Guilt for Free - S1-E19

Continuity mistake: When Hannah gives Sarah the money her fans raised, Hannah's jacket is zipped half way up. In the next shot, when Sarah faints, Hannah's jacket is unzipped, then in the next shot her jacket is zipped up half way again.

Lilly, Do You Want to Know a Secret? - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: The blue towel Hannah drops trying to avoid Lilly disappears after the change in camera angle.

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Continuity mistake: In the episode "What I Don't Like About You," Miley and her dad return home. In the show, it says that Miley was shooting Indiana Joannie. Actually, Hannah Montana: The Movie was being shot before that episode. Yet, they act like the family never even went to Tennessee. Even Lily (and I forget about Oliver) went. In a different episode, Jackson and his father were talking about college. The dad says something like "I know that college in Tennessee didn't work out." Jackson tried doing college in Tennessee. That part is from the movie. So, some scenes act like Hannah Montana: The Movie happened, and others don't.

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The Way We Almost Weren't - S2-E23

Revealing mistake: Closer to the end of the episode, when Lilly and Oliver are lying on the floor glued to the chairs, you can easily see black strips on their backs attaching them to the chairs.

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Lilly: Higher Oliver, I'm almost in.
Oliver: There is no higher. You're already standing on my head!
Lilly: Jump you idiot, jump!

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Trivia: The title of every episode is a reference to a song. For example, "Everybody Was Best Friend Fighting" refers to "Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting" and so forth.

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Question: I'm really confused about Jason Earles' age. IMDB and Wikipedia say he's 32, but his resume and the Houston Chronicle say he is 19. So where are people getting the information he's 32? Has Jason Earles actually stated his age somewhere? Help me out here, please.

Answer: Many actors and actresses tend to be quite secretive about their ages, probably to try to fend off being automatically dismissed for possible roles as too old or too young or even just because they consider it to be nobody's business but their own. Earles appears to be one of these; as a result, reports regarding his age tend to conflict. However, as a rule, public records can generally be accessed to give a reasonable idea of their true age. He is, for example, listed as an alumni of Rocky Mountain College, from which he graduated in 2000, unless he graduated at the age of ten, that rules out the idea that he's only nineteen, realistically putting his age at at least thirty years old. A name search engine on the internet turns up a Jason D Earles who lived in Billing, Montana, near the college in the right time period, with a listed birth date of April 1977 - an individual with the same name and birth date also has a listing for California, where the actor currently lives. Other information available online also tends to point to a likely birth year of 1977. While Earles and his agent have every right to fudge his age as it appears on his resume for professional purposes, most of the verifiable information suggests that he is indeed currently 32.

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