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On the final bus scene, there is what is obviously part of a guitar on the left side of the screen. However, after zooming out, there is no sign of a guitar, merely nuns with rulers.
When Peter is singing "I Need A Jew", and the effects show him flying through the air into a group of stars in the shape of a menorah, it is not a nine candled menorah which signifies the eight days of Hanukkah, but rather a seven candled golden candelabra of the Tabernacle which signifies the seven days of creation.
When Optimus Prime drives into the temple he is Orange and Blue, however in the Transformers Cartoon and Comic book he is Red and Blue.
When Peter shakes Max's hand goodbye, the animation for Max jerks in to the correct positon.
Brian's eyelids are blue when Lois asks Peter, "You balanced the checkbook?"
The salesman who sold Peter the volcano insurance previously sold Peter the used car with no engine in "There's Something About Paulie."
When "William Shatner" was yelling "KHAN!", the closed caption on the Cartoon Network airing of this episode read "CARD!", though the episode on DVD has the correct caption.
In "Li'l Griffins" every young boy has a tooth sticking out of their mouths.
When we see Meg dragging herself on the floor in the doctor's office, she's wearing shoes, but when she and the rest of her family leave, she's in her bare feet.
In "No Bones About It", you can hear Stewie shout "Surprise" to Peter with everyone else when they show that it's their bones in Peter, but his lips don't move.
In "No Bones about it" in the still shot that shows the house that the Hollywood party is, the water in the fountain doesn't move.
If Peter had no bones left, the shape of his head and the ability to move his hands would have been impossible.
In "No Bones About It" When Peter has bones surgically implanted he has a large lump on the left side of his face. Once his family enters he's shown again and the lump is on the right side. As they are all walking away it returns back to the left side again.
During the first airing of this episode, when the Middle Eastern man is yelling at his son about the hot air balloon, the boy says "but mother" instead of "but father."
On a close-up of Peter Criss during KISS's on-stage show, the drummer has blonde hair for one shot.
The German shouted by the Tour Guide when Brian raises questions about World War Two translates to, "YOU WILL SIT DOWN! YOU WILL BE QUIET! YOU WILL NOT INSULT GERMANY" although the grammar is not quite correct for this context.
In the scene where Peter visits his third choice of an old girlfriend to "get back" at Lois, on the walls is a lot of photos of Peter. One of the photos is of Peter sitting on a couch, reading the papers. This photo looks like the same shot of Peter from Episode 1 when he "has gas for the first time at 30" during a cutaway.
When Joe, Quagmire and Cleveland come by to pick up Peter so they can go out drinking, Peter jokingly says, "I quit drinking. I think I might be an alcoholic." An alcoholic is a person who drinks a lot of alcohol, so someone who quits drinking cannot be an alcoholic. However, you can quit drinking if you are an alcoholic, so maybe this is the case.
Muriel says that she met Mort through a dating service, but in "The Kiss Seen Around The World", Mort said they had known each other since they were kids.
In one flashback scene, it shows that Stewie's head was not always shaped like a football and it was all an accident. But, in Chitty Chitty Death Bang (see ep.3) it showed Stewie being born with that head. However, though Stewie remembered his birth, he didn't know how he looked, so in the scene(of him being born) he used how he looks right now
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