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29th Jan 2015

RKO 281 (1999)

New this week Other mistake: Louella Parsons walks out of a screening of Citizen Kane before it ends, but later tells Hearst that Rosebud was Kane's sled. She shouldn't know that, because the identity of Rosebud is only revealed in the final scene of the movie. And if she disliked the movie enough to walk out on it, it's improbable she went to see it a second time.

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26th Jan 2015

Covert Affairs (2010)

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Question: As a term of endearment, Eyal always calls Annie "neshama." I'm assuming it's Hebrew, but what does it mean?

New this week Answer: It is Hebrew. It means "soul" but is used as a term of endearment as in you're a part of me, "Neshama shellee" means "my soul".

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25th Jan 2015

The Simpsons (1989)

Lady Bouvier's Lover - S5-E21

New this week Continuity mistake: The cake that Marge bakes for Homer is initially white, but pink icing instantly appears on top between shots.

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16th Jan 2015

High Anxiety (1977)

New this month When Dr. Thorndyke is checking into the hotel in San Francisco, he is informed a "Mr. MacGuffin" has changed his room number. "MacGuffin" is a movie-making term popularized by Alfred Hitchcock referring to a plot device that drives the story, but what the object actually is or does is irrelevant.

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New this month In the original Dickens story, there is only one Marley ghost, Jacob. His fictional brother Robert was added in order to include both Statler and Waldorf.

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10th Jan 2015

CSI: NY (2004)

Hammer Down - S6-E7

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Dr. Ray Langston: You know that the, uh, oldest projectile fired from a weapon was recorded in the fourth century in Japan? It was fired from a very crude handheld cannon that you lit with a wick. Its sole purpose was for taking life. Seems that after seventeen hundred years of evolution...[pumps shotgun]...we haven't come very far, have we?

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4th Jan 2015

Moneyball (2011)

New this month Factual error: Throughout the film, it's implied that Scott Hatteberg was a poor fielder at first base. He actually ended the 2002 season with a fielding percentage higher than the league average for his position.

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1st Jan 2015

Scream (1996)

The murder of Principal Himbry was added after producer Bob Weinstein noticed there were about thirty pages in the script (which roughly translates to thirty minutes of screen time) in which nobody died. The scene also resolved the climax at Stu's party, as it gave all the guests a reason to leave.

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27th Dec 2014

The Lone Ranger (2013)

This was the first Lone Ranger production in which the actor playing Tonto received top billing.

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5th Dec 2014

Bones (2005)

Angela's middle name is Pearly Gates, a reference to the trademark guitar of ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons, who, as a fictionalized version of himself, plays Angela's father.

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5th Dec 2014

Bones (2005)

The Rocker in the Rinse Cycle - S5-E19

Character mistake: When Booth mentions the 2007 Led Zeppelin concert in London, he comments that they toured that year. That Zeppelin concert was not part of a tour, but just a one-off reunion to honor the memory of late Atlantic Records executive Ahmet Ertegun.

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Rafael Barba is the show's first regular ADA since Alex Cabot's departure, and the show's first male ADA.

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3rd Dec 2014

Scream (1996)

Scream is the world's highest-grossing slasher film.

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28th Nov 2014

Law & Order (1990)

Scoundrels - S5-E9

In one scene, Briscoe sarcastically comments "I never realized the law was such an exciting profession." Before joining the main cast as Briscoe, Jerry Orbach played a lawyer in an early episode of season two.

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Once More, With Feeling - S6-E7

Hinton Battle, who plays the demon Sweet, is the most successful Tony Award winner, with three wins in the Featured Actor in a Musical category from three nominations. There have been other three-time nominees in the category, but they have won two or fewer of the three.

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Don Giovanni, the parody of The Godfather played by Dom DeLuise, is also the title of an opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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22nd Oct 2014

The Blacklist (2013)

Red's trademark fedora was James Spader's idea.

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Tom Paris was originally written to be Nick Locarno, the cadet Robert Duncan McNeil played in the 'Next Generation' episode "The First Duty." Because the character was the intellectual property of that episode's writers, royalty fees would have had to been paid for every new episode in which Locarno appeared. To avoid the unnecessary expense, the 'Voyager' producers instead created a new character, using Locarno as a building block.

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Chain of Command (2) - S6-E11

Captain Jellico holds the distinction of being the show's only guest star to record a captain's log entry while in command of the Enterprise.

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17th Oct 2014

Castle (2009)

Flowers for Your Grave - S1-E1

Beckett: Richard Castle, you are under arrest for felony theft and obstruction of justice.
Castle: You forgot making you look bad.

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