Continuity mistake: The vent-hood in the kitchen above the stove/island is always disappearing and reappearing. Sometimes it's there, sometimes it's not. The handles on the fridge/freezer also keep changing sides. Sometimes they are on the left, sometimes they are on the right. And the living room is always changing sizes. Sometimes they open the front door and the couch is right there, and sometimes it's several feet away from the front door.
Character mistake: At one point in the show, Roger throws a bucket of water (in disguise as Scotch Bingeington) on Francine claiming "Wet T-Shirt Contest!" Francine looks disgusted when Roger states "Eh, give this one a four" to the guy judging the contest, then says to Francine "Don't feel bad, you've had three kids." Francine replies "I've had two." and Roger gasps and puts a consoling hand on Francine's shoulder. This is wrong because Francine has birthed four children. She previously gave birth to Bailey (Hayley's twin), and Greg and Terry's baby in Season 3 Episode 7 "Surro-Gate." (00:14:15)
Officer Figpucker: I'm afraid that was an illegal U-turn, ma'am.
Francine: Oh, come on. I live right there. Can't you just give me a break, pigfucker?
Officer Figpucker: [Points to badge] That is not my name, ma'am.
Francine: [Looking at badge] Oh! Forgive me, Officer Figpucker. I'm just drunk is all.
Question: Stan ditches Francine as a skating partner to skate with Roger because he's better than Francine and he does that because he wants to win the skating championship. Later in the episode, Stan realises it's not the winning that matters, then ditches Roger to skate with Francine not to win. But she declines. Why would she want to skate with him and not skate with him when he doesn't want to do it just to win?
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