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Mirror Image - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: When he introduces himself to Millicent inside the train station, Paul is wearing a dripping wet raincoat. It stays wet in the close-ups, but in the next several inter-cut two-shots, it's completely dry.

Jean G

Escape Clause - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: Walter crumples the prescription slip and tosses it onto the bed - but in the next shot, it has disappeared.

Jean G

Elegy - S1-E20

Factual error: The astronauts land on an asteroid said to orbit a binary star 655 million miles from Earth. This is impossible, as that distance would place them well within our solar system. In fact, they'd be inside the orbit of Saturn, where of course there aren't (nor could there be) any extraneous suns. The nearest star to our system is, in fact, trillions (not millions) of miles away.

Jean G

The Fever - S1-E17

Continuity mistake: In the final scene, the position of the silver dollar lying next to Franklin's hand changes several times between shots.

Jean G

What You Need - S1-E12

Continuity mistake: Renard gets his bottom wet from sitting down and tying his laces on his new shoes. But after he is hit by the car, his trousers are dry.

Hamster

Death Ship - S4-E6

Visible crew/equipment: In the final shot of the ship ascending into space, one of the filament lines supporting the model is showing just above the saucer.

Jean G

A Short Drink from a Certain Fountain - S5-E11

Continuity mistake: When Raymond arrives to check on Harmon, Flora is sitting at the breakfast bar opening the morning paper. She's holding it straight up in front of her, but when the shot reverses angles, the paper is suddenly lying flat on the bar.

Jean G

Perchance to Dream - S1-E9

Revealing mistake: When Hall races toward the window to jump, the stunt man is just a little too apparent as he leaps, primarily due to a very bad wig.

Jean G

The Lonely - S1-E7

Continuity mistake: Allenby brings Corey a stack of paperback books. He's holding them with the back covers facing out until the shot cuts, and then the stack of books has reversed itself in his hand: the back covers are now facing inward.

Jean G

Living Doll - S5-E6

Continuity mistake: When Erich falls downstairs, Talky Tina flies off of the stairs too, yet in the next shot she's shown still rolling downstairs.

Hamster

Valley of the Shadow - S4-E3

Revealing mistake: We see Redfield's car strike the invisible barrier from a side angle. It jerks to a stop and the hood flies up, but there's no other front end damage - until the angle shifts to a forward view, a shot of an identical car that had been previously wrecked. Now there's suddenly considerable damage to the front end, and the hood is in a different, much more crumpled position.

Jean G

Showdown with Rance McGrew - S3-E20

Continuity mistake: Rance McGrew's white horse is tied up with its head just a few inches from the hitching rail, but a moment later is untied and several feet away from the rail. Next shot, it's tied up close again, though no one's touched it. Finally, it's completely loose, and at the episode's end, is wandering into the street.

Jean G

Elegy - S1-E20

Revealing mistake: Throughout the episode, the "frozen" people can be seen breathing and moving slightly. This is particularly apparent in the beauty contest tableau.

Jean G

Showdown with Rance McGrew - S3-E20

Continuity mistake: The saloon's windows are much narrower inside than they are on the outside.

Jean G

The Howling Man - S2-E5

Visible crew/equipment: An equipment shadow moves across the back of Ellington's coat as Brother Jerome is telling him how the Devil was captured.

Jean G

The Hitch-Hiker - S1-E16

Continuity mistake: When Nan first swerves to avoid the hitch-hiker, her 1959 Mercury briefly turns into a 1957 Ford. It also changes from a light to a dark color.

Jean G

Third From the Sun - S1-E14

Factual error: The scientists, having carefully charted their course to Earth, state that it is an 11 million mile trip from their planet. Not likely. Mars is our nearest planetary neighbor, and it's over 34 million miles away at its closest orbital approach. There are no planets any nearer to Earth than Mars. This is one of the very few cases where Rod Serling simply failed to do his astronomy homework.

Jean G

Printer's Devil - S4-E9

Continuity mistake: When Jackie leaves the office, the clock reads 10:12. The ensuing continuous scene with Winter and Mr. Smith is almost 6 1/2 minutes long, yet at its end, the same clock has advanced only 2 minutes, now reading 10:14.

Jean G

Deaths-Head Revisited - S3-E9

Revealing mistake: In the window there are already broken areas where the glass gets broken when Captain hits it. On the bottom pane the grill on the top, bottom and right have a crack before the Captain even hits it.

Liz A Blue

Deaths-Head Revisited - S3-E9

Continuity mistake: Block 6 looks to have a no cardboard over the window beside the "Block 6" sign. Then later on they have cardboard there.

Liz A Blue

Deaths-Head Revisited - S3-E9

Continuity mistake: The Block 6 door is closed all throughout the video, then when Captain runs towards the door it's opened.

Liz A Blue

Deaths-Head Revisited - S3-E9

Continuity mistake: Becker is standing on the porch at "Block 6" and there are no handrails. When we return to Becker he is in the center of the square area and in the background handrails are there.

Liz A Blue

Deaths-Head Revisited - S3-E9

Continuity mistake: The captain goes to "Block 6" which we see is the 1st floor with stairs which are in line with the porch, but when he leaves the stairs go off at a 90 degree angle from the porch.

Liz A Blue

A Hundred Yards over the Rim - S2-E23

Visible crew/equipment: When Christian walks up to the man in front of the diner, you can see a crew member in a plaid shirt reflected in the man's sunglasses.

scott99

Nightmare as a Child - S1-E29

Audio problem: When Markie is finally revealing to Helen who she is, Terry Burnham (Markie) is standing behind Janice Rule (Helen) talking to her over her shoulder and can be seen mouthing Janice's lines along with her in between her own.

mirtom

A Passage for Trumpet - S1-E32

Audio problem: When Joey steps in front of the truck, a lady screams and it shows a close-up of her face. It pans out to a wider shot and for a moment, you can still hear the scream, but the woman's mouth is closed.

mirtom

A Thing About Machines - S2-E4

Revealing mistake: When Finchley smashes the TV, the screen image stays visible for a short time after the screen is broken, revealing that the screen's image was superimposed.

mirtom

The Last Flight - S1-E18

Factual error: Decker is flying a Nieuport 28, which entered service in early 1918. However, the date is supposed to be March 5, 1917. Furthermore, the Nieuport was a French-built aircraft that was flown by the French and Americans but not the Royal Flying Corps.

mirtom

The New Exhibit - S4-E13

Continuity mistake: When Mr. Ferguson is measuring the wax figures, he's shown holding a tape measure up against the figure of Landru (the one holding the rope). In the next shot, the figure is shown with no one near it. The next shot again shows Mr. Ferguson measuring the figure.

The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank - S3-E23

Continuity mistake: An entire piece of toast disappears off of Pa's plate from one shot to the next.

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