Corrected entry: When Dr. Richard Thorndike sees his former professor Dr Lilloman right after first arriving at the institute, Dr Lilloman quizzes him by asking, "a patient comes into your office suffering from Belldon's Hysteria, and he has a seizure right in your office, what do you give him?" Dr Thorndike responds "2 cc's of aqueous Thorazine coupled with Somadiozine". There is no such thing as Belldon's Hysteria, and there is such a thing as Thorazine but it is used for bipolar depression but there is no AQUEOUS Thorazine. There is also no such drug as Somadiozine. (00:11:50)
Corrected entry: When going up in the elevator in the big hotel, the bellman makes a big deal about how the seventeenth floor is the top floor in the hotel. But when he presses the button to go up to the seventeenth floor, you can clearly see more numbers down below that you can push to go to a higher floor. Also, when he gets out of the elevator, there are arrows pointing up and down. Why would there be an arrow pointing up if they are on the highest floor?
Victoria Brisbane: I'm sorry, please forgive me. I'm just so close to my menstrual cycle that I could scream.
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