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Continuity 

Before Dick loses control of the car Dinkadoo tries to roll up the windows and claims that they are stuck, yet when the car is spinning the windows are clearly closed.
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When the boys get stuck in the muddy field, Hunter's condition makes him fall asleep in the trunk and when he does we hear the tires flatten, but when the farmer tows them out they start driving immediately.
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Factual errors 

When the boys run into the Highway Patrol Check-point, they decide to turn around and hide the marijuana in a corn field and return for it later. When they return, the field has been mowed and is filled with hay bails. Corn isn't used to make hay.
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When Dick has a problem getting the windows down he says he is going to stop and puts his arm out the window stating that he is stopping to other possible drivers on the road, but when he does this he has his arm facing up when really it should be facing down.
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The first time we see the baby bunnies in the cooler they are completely covered in hair. In the space of hours they open their eyes and start hopping. In reality baby rabbits are born naked (no fur) with their eyes tightly shut. It takes about 10 DAYS for their fur to grow fully. It takes two WEEKS for their eyes to open and for them to start hopping around. The baby bunnies in the movie are at least two weeks old.
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The Highway Patrol officers refer to their drug sniffing dog as 'she' or 'her' as in "She's layin' there like a sack of feed." or "Last year when I ran over her." However when the dog is searching the trunk or laying on the ground it is quite obvious that the dog is a male.
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Revealing mistakes 

The Highway Patrol officers refer to their drug sniffing dog as 'she' or 'her' as in "She's layin' there like a sack of feed." or "Last year when I ran over her." However when the dog is searching the trunk or laying on the ground it is quite obvious that the dog is a male.
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