After the fight, Tony falls into bed with his bloodstained undershirt clearly visible. When he gets up at 4:04am, the bloodstain pattern is blatantly different (less bloody). When he wakes up for the day, it looks different yet again from the previous one. Even if these scenes were filmed at different tiimes, how could something so obvious slip through?
Love the episode, of course.

Re: Continuity

Continuity is sloppy throughout the series. The level of liquid in glasses is the constant failure in most episodes with continuity problems. In one episode, Carm is baking scones while talking to AJ. She adds a whole pan of scones to the plate and AJ declines her offer of scones. Then Furio arrives and they walk into the kitchen. Carm offers Furio a scone. Then comes the continuity failure: The plate of scones is back down to the same number as before she dumped in the whole pan.

In one hospital room scene, Bobby has started eating a piece of toast from Tony's tray. The angle changes and suddenly Bobby is eating a slice of untoasted bread.
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