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Goofs

Errors in geography 

Sheldon is arrested at the Nazi Party in New Jersey, but booked at a NYPD station which is in a different state.
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Character error 

In the beginning when Nora talks to Sheldon Mopes/Smoochy ('Edward Norton') she accidentally calls him "Ed".
Sheldon says that he was born on the day Sesame Street premiered, 11 November 1970. In fact, it premiered on 10 November 1969, which was 366 days earlier.
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Continuity 

While Randolph is driving Sheldon through New York City, the trees outside the car look green, and people walking around are dressed fairly lightly. This is obviously during the spring/summer. However, when they arrive at their destination in New Jersey, it is snowing very hard, and the large amount of snow on the ground indicates it was snowing for a long time.
When Catherene Keener throws a Frisbie at Sheldon's head it comes out of her right hand spinning clockwise, but in the Frisbie point-of-view shot it is spinning counter-clockwise.
During Smoochy's "Step-Dad" song, the young, bored-looking little girl over his left shoulder repeatedly appears and disappears.
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When Sheldon is given a plant as a gift, it's on his desk at first but moves to his windowsill between shots.
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The shot of the dead body in Chinatown appears to have been flipped - the Chinese characters reflected in a pool on the street are not reversed.
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When Randolph gets upset over the picture of Sheldon and Nora, the picture he shows to Angelo is different from the one he originally sees in the magazine.
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When Marion Stokes is standing in front of the Kidnet board after the Rainbow Randolph scandal breaks, the overheard and side-view shots show him standing in the middle of the spiral Kidnet logo. However, frontal shots show him obviously standing in front of it.
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While Buggy Ding Dong is looking through the scope of the sniper, his eye is blue, but a close-up shot moments later reveals that his eyes are brown.
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When Rainbow grabs the light to smash the TV there is a bulb in it. But when we see him hitting it, there is no bulb inside the light.
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The bread in the restaurant scene between Sheldon and Burke keeps changing between shots (position toward camera and number of slices - 5 to 4 and back to 5).
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Factual errors 

On Buggy's sniper rifle, you can't really see a laser's line. You just see the dot. You can only see its line if it is in smoke, fog or a thick gas.
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Incorrectly regarded as goofs 

As Sheldon runs off the ice to chase Burke Bennett, he is wearing hockey skates. In the theatrical film, it seems like the skates disappear by magic, but the DVD shows him removing the skates in a deleted scene.

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