Corrected entry: During a conversation between Santana and Brittney, when Santana had stepped in to play "Rizzo", Brittney mistakenly refers to "Unique" as "Mercedes", as in his parents wants him to be a boy.
1 corrected entry in season 4
Starring: Jane Lynch, Dianna Agron, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Matthew Morrison, Amber Riley, Chris Colfer, Heather Morris, Jenna Ushkowitz, Kevin McHale, Naya Rivera
Continuity mistake: In "Wheels," when Artie is singing 'Dancing By Myself' and doing tricks in his wheelchair, the wheels on the back of the chair that prevent him from falling backwards disappear and reappear, depending on whether or not he is performing a trick.
Trivia: The show is based on creator Ian Brennan's experience in show choir at Prospect High School in Illinois.
Question: Why don't any of the bullies ever get in trouble for throwing slushies at the members of the Glee club?
Answer: The show is purposefully stylized and over the top. It is not designed to be an accurate, realistic representation of American high school. The idea that the glee club is so unpopular other students can literally throw garbage at them with impunity is an over-exaggeration of how glee club is considered "un-cool" compared to things like football. However, there is a second way of looking at it. The audience is simply never shown anyone getting into any trouble for throwing slushies. Just because we don't see it doesn't mean it never happened.
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Correction: Brittany often refers to Unique as Mercedes because she thinks they are the same person.