Best music TV continuity mistakes of all time
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Continuity mistake: In the cafeteria, when Oliver joins Miley and Lilly at the table the food and trays change position, particularly the milk carton. Then when Oliver stands up and announces that Lilly has the two tickets, suddenly the apple has changed trays and the juice box and milk carton are lying flat.Super Grover
Continuity mistake: During the film "Left foot, Long foot" when he's being interviewed for Inside Chappelle's Show Studio , you can see a bit of blood on the top right of his forehead after he gets up after slipping on the skateboard. In one of the following shots when he is looking around at the crowd applauding him you can see the blood is now down by his nose. The next shot it back up the top of his forehead and the following shot its even further down his nose than before.Lummie
Continuity mistake: In two episodes aired consecutively on CBBC on April 7th 2004, The "DON'T WALK/WALK" sign moves from one side of the crossing to the other and changes colour. At the end of the episode where Bernie has a lucky watch, the sign is to the right of the main door to the apartment building and has orange text. At the start of the episode where Bernie finds a cat, the sign is to the left, and red.Dan Moat
Continuity mistake: Star Wars Undercover Boss: Starkiller Base: After Kylo says he looks forward to having some real talk with real folks, it cuts to the Storm Troopers getting lunch. As one is getting his tray, there is a sign on the wall stating "Keep your helmet on for safety." This sign is hanging loose by just one corner. But in the next shot, it's straight and held up correctly on the wall. (00:00:40)Quantom X
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