17 Tiiiiiny Inconsistencies In TV Shows That Are Actually Really Annoying
Remember when Topanga had, like, five different actors play her dad on Boy Meets World?
We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us which TV show inconsistencies always annoyed them the most. Here are the infuriating results.
In The Office, Angela revealed that Dwight was the biological father of their baby, even though Dwight took a secret DNA test in the previous season that proved he wasn't actually the dad.
In Riverdale, Cheryl and Jason Blossom are twins, yet they're literally two different ages and a grade apart in the show.
In Family Matters, the show literally pretended that Judy Winslow, the youngest daughter, didn't exist anymore, despite her being in the first few seasons of the series.
In Boy Meets World, when Topanga's older sister, Nebula, appeared in an early episode, but later on Topanga claimed she was an only child.
In Teen Wolf, Malia was 9 years old when she went missing for eight years. Despite that giant educational gap, she somehow enrolled as a high school student without any problems.
In Friends, Rachel was introduced to Chandler for the very first time in the pilot, but in the flashback episodes, we found out that they actually met several times before that and even kissed.
In Parks and Rec, when Ron was wholeheartedly against having a cellphone (until Diane made him get one), despite clearly having one in earlier seasons.
In Gilmore Girls, when Sherilyn Fenn played two major characters throughout the series (Anna and Sarah), even though they were totally different and unrelated to the other.
In Full House, Jesse's last name changed from "Cochran" to "Katsopolis" between Seasons 1 and 2.
In The Office, everyone tried to teach Michael how to ride a bike in Season 7, but in Season 3 he bought a bike for the toy drive and rode it around the office.
In Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Terry's wife gave birth to a baby, Ava, who's never seen or mentioned again, despite Terry's other daughters appearing consistently throughout the series.
In Boy Meets World, Topanga's parents were played by SEVERAL different actors throughout the series.
In Glee, when Rachel's dads changed from a random, bald white guy and a Black man to Jeff Goldbum and Brian Stokes Mitchell.
In My Wife and Kids, they literally recast the character of Claire after Season 1 and didn't think anyone would notice.
In Friends, the actor who played Joey's agent, Estelle, also played a nurse who helped deliver Carol's baby.
In Community, Troy admitted to losing his football scholarship because he dislocated both shoulders, but in a flashback he claimed to have injured his knee.
And, of course, in Gossip Girl, when there were several scenes that showed Dan genuinely reacting to Gossip Girl's posts...even though he was Gossip Girl.
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