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Carrie shakes the keys to the apartment with her left hand. Following a reaction shot of Doug, they're suddenly in her right hand.
Carrie dropped the pan of spaghetti all over the floor, and when Arthur walked into the kitchen, she scooped most of it up onto a plate, but she missed a lot of it. When she sets the plate on the table the floor is totally clean.
A section of movies near the front of the store (the closest and most visible to the audience) which contains mostly Adam Sandler movies, including 50 First Dates, Punch-Drunk Love, and Anger Management.
Carrie picks up a DVD which she calls In Her Shoes, but it is not the correct DVD cover.
If Doug's birthday of February 9th, 1965 (as learned in "Predecent Nixin'") is accurate, then Doug didn't graduate high school until he was 22.
When Doug is driving and eating Chinese takeout, he slams on the brakes and the food covers his jacket. The scene shows him open his truck door still covered in rice, yet when he steps out, his jacket is spotless.
We get to see Deacon and Kelly's vacation home but we still have not got to see their first home they bought in "Move Doubt" from the previous season.
In the scene where Doug is going to take Sparky for a walk and he is talking to Arthur, Doug puts on his jacket. The scene cuts to Arthur and when it cuts back to Doug he puts his jacket on again.
While the show's main plot deals with Deacon and Kelly's care arrangements for Major while on an upcoming vacation, there's no mention of their other son, Kirby.
Street signs from exterior shots are those of the Los Angeles area, not New York City.
The end credits showed Angelo Pagan as Derek, but when he left the message for Doug on the answering machine he said his name was Hector.
The movie Doug is watching, supposedly starring Arthur, is The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, which starred Jerry Stiller.
During the fantasy bar fight, the Priority Plus men are played by UFC fighters Randy Couture, Dan Henderson, Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, and Frank Trigg.
During Doug's 'Matrix jump,' a wire is visible.
Doug gets his IPS truck stuck at a drive-thru at Rally's. However, Rally's is a name used by Checker's primarily for its stores in the Western part of the country, and in the NYC area all their restaurants operate under the Checker's name.
When Doug and Jack were talking in the Priority Plus truck, side shots of Doug showed a reflection behind him in storefront windows that was obviously not a delivery truck, but that of a Hollywood camera truck.
They show Deacon and Kelly's apartment, even though in "Move Doubt" they supposedly bought a house.
We learn that Arthur had a brief stint working for Sesame Street in March of 1976.
Doug should have turned 40 last year. In the episode, "Precedent Nixin", Doug's parents use his birthdate as the code for their security system. He says his birthday is Feb. 9, 1965, which means he would have turned 40 in 2005, not 2006.
When Carrie catches Doug playing slamball, notice that the ball is still bouncing on the trampoline with Doug, but when the camera goes to Carrie and back to Doug, the ball is no longer there.
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bad parenting, dumb friends, dysfuntional families, ensemble cast, feel good comedy