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Continuity: When the thug sees Gale dead, Gale's mouth changes between shots from open to closed.
Visible crew/equipment: When Walter is sitting on the bed looking at the doll's eye ball, a lighting screen is reflected on it.
Continuity: When Hank is standing between the ATM and the pumps at the gas station, the shadow cast by the roof over the pumps shifts between shots. The shot from away, taken next to the pole with the Indian logo was taken earlier in the day, casting a long shadow. The other shots have a higher sun which has moved by several hours.
Continuity: After Pinkman opens the bags filled with money he throws his gun along the floor. When it stops it points in a 3 o'clock position. When the angle changes it points in a 1 o'clock position.
Continuity: When Max Arsinaga is shot, the amount of blood on the border of the pool suddenly increases between frames right before the scene ends.
Character mistake: Max Arsiniega's accent is closer to Cuban than Chilean; furthermore, Don Eladio and his thugs are not Mexican natives, and some are obviously trying hard to speak Spanish.
Continuity: The doll's eye ball falls underneath the bed, with the pupil facing Walter. When the angle changes it's facing sideways.
Visible crew/equipment: When Schrader is helping Walter move out, a boom mic is reflected on the car's side.
Factual error: Don Eladio tells Gus that every two years he has to give him a "paliza" which the subtitles translate as "a spank". A spank is an "azote" (Spanish) or "nalgada" (Mexican Spanish). A "paliza" is a beating, way more violent than a spank.
Continuity: When Eladio asks for drinks to be served to Fring and Max, his arm swaps between being raised or lowered, depending on the shot.
Continuity: When Gus Fring kills the thug, a stream of blood runs between Pinkman and White's legs. When the angle cuts, the stream is now a puddle around the thug's head, no blood near the legs.
Continuity: When the thug is being dissolved and the acid fumes are rising, in the close-ups the thug is inside the barrel, yet from a wide angle, the light on the barrel reveals it to be empty. The blood stains have also disappeared.
Continuity: When the episode is about to end, Walter's head on the pillow points in a 12 o'clock direction. A shot later it's at 11 o'clock.
Other: Skyler places the baby's seat in the table, but forgets to buckle it up. It paces up the scene, but no mother in her right mind would forget this, plus the seat would fly away right after the engine starts.
Continuity: When Pinkman and White are having breakfast in the diner, the items on the table keep changing in each shot. Specifically, the jelly, the milk, the cup with the cream and, most noticeably, the rolled napkin with the cutlery inside: Sometimes folded, others opened.
Continuity: When Walter is trying to kill the fly with his shoe, he leaves his notepad on the floor. Its position keeps changing between shots.
Revealing: When the Mexican drug dealer is painting on the tortoise, he is very obviously just moving the brush and not writing anything.
Continuity: When the arms dealer is shot, he opens his shirt open wide to reveal his vest, raises his hand and removes his cap. When the shot changes his shirt is closed, his hand is lowered, and the cap is on.
Continuity: When the girl OD's and starts to vomit, puke falls by the left side of her mouth. In the following angle the mouth is clean.
Continuity: In the desert, after Hank witnesses the head on the turtle, he runs off to his pick-up truck and catches his breath on the driver's side (left). The next shot is from behind the other cops grouped around the turtle. The vehicles can be seen in the background with Hank standing casually on the right hand side of the pick-up with the left door still open but no-one behind it. The shot then returns to Hank on the driver's side.
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