Goof: Just because Kyle was dealing drugs at one party doesn't exactly prove he was dealing drugs at Trey's birthday party. The evidence is circumstancial and shouldn't get Trey off the hook that easily.
Goof: The prosecutor told Sandy that nobody else at the party besides Trey had a record. That's obviously false, since Ryan was also there. I have to assume that the prosecutor would have access to Ryan's juvenile record.
Goof: Jessie says she is candy flipping with ecstasy and mushrooms, however, candy flipping is actually using ecstasy and ACID.
In response to the above "goof" regarding Trey. The reason the charges were dropped against Trey was because the D.A. was looking to bust any drug dealer. He wasn't necessarily trying to prove that Kyle was dealing at Trey's birthday party. What he was looking to do was to prove that Kyle was dealing drugs, at any party.
Goof: When Seth and Summer are talking on the couch, he puts his left hand around her. In the next scene, he is seen patting her on the shoulder, and then immediately after, his arm is around her again.
Goof: The crystal egg should have been noticed missing long before Ryan noticed it. In an auction, the pieces being auctioned are put on display before the auction so the people can examine them and see exactly what they are and decide what they want to pay for them. So the missing piece should have been noticed when the items were put out for display hours before the actual auction started.
Goof: When Sandy introduces Marissa and Summer, you hear his announcer voice say "And here are our lovely assistants", but as an echoed/magnified voice is heard, Sandy is moving the mic away from his mouth on "assistants" and begins clapping. Right after this, we cut to a shot of Marissa and Summer then back to Sandy, whose microphone has mysteriously disappeared from his hand.
Goof: When Ryan walks by Seth at school and pushes him into the locker, he has a cup of coffee in his hand as he walks toward Seth. When he's walking away, he has nothing in his hands.
The crystal egg in this episode is slightly different then the crystal egg from Risky Business. If they were going to have a plot point dealing with a prop from this movie wouldn't you think they would get the actual egg that was in the movie or one that looked exactly like it?
Goof: When Trey and Ryan are playing PS2 it is upside down. Usually on a PS2 the game would not work.
Episode Punch Count: 4
In this episode, it is revealed that Zach's last name is Stephens.
Goof: When Trey called from prison to ask Ryan to pick him up, they neglected to do the accepting the collect charges thing. All prison calls are collect. Plus, I think it was a little late in the day for phone privileges.
Goof: Around 36:20, Summers hands are on Seths neck and then in the next shot are on his shoulders and then in the next shot, they move back to his neck again.
Goof: While the whole gang is having dinner in the last scene of the episode, Sandy is holding a tray of food out and puts it down and right in the next scene it is back in his hands holding it out again.
Goof: At the beginning of the episode when Seth and Ryan are talking you see in Seth's shots that he has his hands in the air, but in Ryan's shots Seth has his hand in his pocket.
Goof: In the bar in Chino, after the fight, Ryan runs out wearing his jacket, but before running out, he didn't have it on. There is no way that he stopped to put it on when running from the guys they were fighting with.
Goof: Marissa said to Ryan that the last time she was in Chino, she saved his ass. She was referring to Thanksgiving, but that's not the last time she was in Chino. The last time she was in Chino was in "The Nana" when she ran there after finding out about Luke and her mother.
Goof: In the scene where Ryan and Trey were walking to the poolhouse once he arrived at the house, one shot of Ryan you can see his hair is long, then the next shot, his hair is shorter. Same thing happens with the hair when they get into the poolhouse and talk.
Goof: When Marissa gets up from talking to Ryan about the bonfire at lunch, she sits her bag on her shoulder then from another angle she sits her bag on her shoulder again when she never took it off the first time.