17th Mar 2005
Corrected entry: Lois comments to Clark that they need to meet up with their tour guide in Shanghai, because she will speak fluent Mandarin, which neither of them do. However, there is a specific and well-established Chinese dialect spoken in Shanghai, called Shanghainese, which is neither Mandarin nor Cantonese, and that should be the language that their tour guide would speak.DavidK93
19th Apr 2004
27th Aug 2001
Corrected entry: In Goldeneye, we learn that Valentin Zukovsky was shot in the leg by Bond, and he consequently has a limp and describes himself as a cripple. In The World Is Not Enough he has a cane, but a) he walks quite ably and hardly seems to use the cane at all, and b) he considering the much more active role he plays in this movie (which is obviously the reason they "forgot" about his limp), he wouldn't have lasted five seconds as a cripple.
18th Mar 2005
Corrected entry: In the other alien movies the chestburster's head is not yet formed the way the warriors' heads are, yet the chestburster from the dog (or, in the director's cut, the ox) has its head shaped like the warriors' heads, not the heads of the chestbursters seen in the other movies.
27th Aug 2003
Corrected entry: Xander is visited by what he believes is himself from the future. We later find out it is a demon that used to be a man, but Anya had changed him back in her demon days. But when Giles destroyed Anya's pendant in 'The Wish,' it supposedly reverted all of her previous spells, which should have made him human again.
13th Mar 2005
Corrected entry: Joss Whedon's Laws for killing a vampire have been broken or ignored in this episode. The 3 ways to kill a vampire in the show are either: stake to the heart, burning the vampire, or decapitation. However, Angel manages to burn Drusilla and Darla from head to toe, yet neither of them die. In previous episode some vampires were killed by just a little bit of fire.
10th Jan 2005
24th Feb 2004
Corrected entry: Connor's stake cannon has 3 barrels, all of which are assumed to be loaded, when he arrives. During the episode teaser, he fires one stake from each of the three barrels. After the credits, he fires two more stakes from the top barrel and one from the right. Of course, he hasn't stopped to reload and it's obvious that there is no room in the simple device for more than a single projectile and the launching mechanism. (00:00:15 - 00:01:50)Phoenix
26th Dec 2003
28th Jan 2005
Corrected entry: How is it that Noah, who is obviously mentally handicapped, could break apart the wood flooring to find the costume, break the window to escape the room, and no one in the town heard him or saw him leaving?
21st Jun 2004
Corrected entry: Genie and Magic Carpet are playing chess. Genie tells Magic Carpet, "okay, move". Carpet only has a king, a bishop and two pawns. Carpet picks up the king and moves it fully across the board to capture Genie's queen and put him into check, (possibly checkmate). A king may only move one space at a time in any direction, therefore, that move was illegal. Afterwards Genie says, "I'm being beaten by a rug", and does not question the legality of the move.Mike Wotton
30th May 2004
13th Nov 2003
Corrected entry: In this episode when everyone is in the Library and they find out that Buffy can hear thoughts, Buffy turns to look at Wesley because he is thinking about Cordelia. As she leans forward she rests her chin on the heel of her hand, the shot cuts to Wesley, then back to Buffy and she has her chin resting on the top of her hand (the knuckles), Wesley then goes into the office and it cuts to a shot of Buffy and Willow, Buffy is once again resting her chin on the heel of her hands. (00:20:30)Kara
26th Apr 2004
Corrected entry: When they are playing snakes and ladders with the depressed guy, right at the end Dougal grabs the wrong piece and moves it down the board. He was supposed to do it with the depressed guy's piece, but he does it with his own, and up until then he had been playing right, so we can't put it down to his stupidity.David Mercier
14th Oct 2004
19th Apr 2004
Corrected entry: In the Book of Shadows it says that a Phoenix is a coven of witches who are reborn; however in series four, episode "Bite Me" Piper and Phoebe are looking through the book of shadows to see what could have bitten Paige. When Piper suggests a phoenix, Phoebe says it flies but it doesn't fight.
20th May 2004
Corrected entry: It is mentioned that a good witch who was murdered had the power of shooting fire from her hands. But when Phoebe exhibited a fire-throwing power in the fourth season, Leo was immediately alarmed because that is an upper level demonic power. And Phoebe's past life incarnation had a pyrokinetic power in episode 2-14: "Pardon my Past," which her cousins bound and also banned from occurring again in the future. The bottom line is, good witches don't shoot fire from their hands.DavidK93
14th Jun 2004
Corrected entry: Prue smugly chastises Phoebe for trying to use magic for personal gain when she plays the lottery numbers from her vision. Not addressed in the episode is the fact that Prue used her telekinesis to prevent the elevator from stopping at everyone else's floors when she was on her way up to her interview at Buckland's.DavidK93
27th Aug 2003
Corrected entry: When Portman was sent to the penalty box and he does his striptease, he should've been assesed with a 10 minute or a game misconduct for carrying on and showing up the referee.