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Despite the fact that it is sketch comedy, did anyone bother to point out that the shark could swim on land?
Scott hids the arm well, but Bruce doesn't. You can see him resting his arm on his lap inside his shirt.
You can see where Mark pokes up out of the couch.
You can see the way the wigs were designed in the opening sketch, having a fake one made for Kathie's, and the others were velcroed on.
Despite going away for a while, the clothes Dave wears in the "Indian Woman" sketch don't change.
The arcade game in the "No Regrets" sketch isn't even on.
Watch the other Kids in the "I'm A Cat" skit. They're not even trying to mimic playing the music.
The clothing that Scott takes off as the Editor has been dropped in a different place when camera angles switch.
In the "Mechanic" sketch, Kevin accidentally gets some of the wig in his mouth, and has to spit it out on camera.
The kelp on Scott's shirt during the "Buddy's Island" skit moves around between takes.
In The "Bass Player" sketch, Kevin almost cracks up when he's walking like the beast.
In the "Manny Coon" sketch, the cigarette that Scott is holding keeps changing hands between shots.
At the end of the "Darcey Pennell" sketch, you can see Kevin almost start to laugh trying to say Dave's character name. This was probably caused from the improv they did on the show (See Notes Above).
Look at the inside of the Headcrusher's home, and compare it to the outside. The widows are closer together inside than outside. They were filmed in two different places.
You can see where Mark's fake sideburns start in the "Crushing Girlfriend" skit.
In the "Middle" sketch, Dave almost laughs several times, especially when he's getting slapped. Look for him smiling when getting hit by Bruce.
In the "Boo!" sketch, Scott hits a bunch of keys that don't appear in the final text of his 2nd book.
In the "Stinky Pink" sketch, the level of milk Kevin drinks changes between shots.
In the "She's Gone" skit, you can see some of the glue used to keep the fly on Mark's face.
You can tell the wall was sprayed with fire-retardant before the "Owww" sketch started. When Mark lights the picture on fire, only the picture burns.