Goof: Rose mentions that she took three semesters of computer science at Santa Cruz. However, UC Santa Cruz operates on a quarter system, not a semester system.
Goof: Marks says he went to New York to study under a pre-eminent surgeon after he left Columbia Columbia University is in New York City
Goof: Stan's nameplate before the accident was "S. Hayden." After the accident, it changed to "S. Glamatti."
The sign on the notice board announcing that Callie is Chief Resident lists the names of "Arriving interns/General surgery" underneath. These names are all of members of the show's crew.
We get to know that Bailey and Derek played in the marching band in high school. Miranda played the oboe and Derek played the saxophone.
Lexie is 24 years old.
Goof: When George's patient returns to the clinic claiming to have eaten 8 more marbles, they fall through his armpit and not his mouth as he bends over to regurgitate them.
Goof: When Bailey is operating on the boy who ate magnets, there is a shot where she leans over to check how many she's found already. The magnets (small metal balls) roll loosely around in the surgical tray. They do not stick together as they did in the imaging beforehand. They also do not stick to the tray, which is presumably magnetic (it is made of the same material as the scalpel, and the magnetic stick to that).
Goof: Usually after someone has a face lift, their face is sore for the days and weeks after. In this episode, the lady who Dr. Sloan operated on was clearly moving her face and talking probably no more than a couple of hours after.
Goof: When Bailey is performing surgery on Ryan, the boy who swallowed the magnetic marbles, she notes that she has "seven magnets in [her] tray" and therefore one more to find as when George asked him he said he swallowed eight. However, George only discovered that they were magnets when Ryan spat up a cluster of them. How could Ryan have swallowed eight, spat five up and still have eight in his body?
Goof: When Izzie goes to check on her post-op patient Harriet, her hair changes between a loose bun and a ponytail with a headband three times.
Goof: We hear Cristina says she needs a crash cart during the Grey's Anatomy intertitle but a few seconds before we could clearly see a crash cart already there.
If Charlie Yost a.k.a. Really Old Guy wanted to die, why didn't he sign DNR papers? There is never stated a specific reason Izzie why needs to keep him alive.
A fake deer was used for all the scenes when the injured deer was lying motionless in the truck. However, they used a real animal for the brief shot of the deer standing up, magically recovered. According to associate producer Karin Gleason, Katherine Heigl (Izzie) had to sit in the truck for hours while filming, waiting for the deer to be "in the mood" and stand up for them. Heigl passed the time by reading a book, and when the deer finally jumped up unexpectedly, Heigl was ready with her character's shocked and happy reaction. Gleason has stated previously that she was very impressed with the actress's patience and performance in this scene.
Just like last season's finale, Derek and Meredith are both formally dress, he's in a suit, she's in a black dress, and they are in a room alone, together. Only in this season's finale, they are fighting, not having sex.
In many parts of this episode, Webber talks individually with doctors from the regular cast. That also happened in the previous season finale Losing My Religion.
Goof: Last episode, Adele said she was 51. In this episode, Addison is talking about Adele and says that pregnancy at age 52 is risky. Unless it was Adele's birthday.....she can't be 52 and 51 at the same time
At the end of this season's premiere Meredith helps Izzie remove her prom dress and at the end of this season finale Meredith helps Cristina remove her wedding dress.
Burke mentions that his best man Bill Adams cancelled for his wedding. Bill Adams is the college buddy that Burke treats in the first season episode Who's Zoomin' Who.
Goof: When Callie and Addison are talking about having a baby, Addison puts her hands on the front of her face, in the next scene, they are on the top of her head.
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