hifijohn

8th Dec 2018

The Odd Couple (1970)

8th Dec 2018

Star Trek (1966)

8th Dec 2018

Funny Girl (1968)

8th Dec 2018

Funny Girl (1968)

8th Dec 2018

Charade (1963)

3rd Dec 2018

Good Times (1974)

29th Nov 2018

Lost in Space (1965)

29th Nov 2018

The Brady Bunch (1969)

Adios, Johnny Bravo - S5-E1

Plot hole: Greg Brady is suppose to be under 21 so he can't legally sign any type of contract, also at the end he rejects his new persona and tears up the contract. Tearing up a contract doesn't nullify it.

hifijohn

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Suggested correction: This is correct, however, it's not unlikely for this to happen at this time period. There were several cases in the 70s where they had individuals who were over 17 but under 21 sign contracts as it wasn't a widely known law to the public yet. One of the most notable being David Cassidy. As having Greg sign it would make the contract void to begin with, they wouldn't bother coming after him for not fulfilling his contract as it wasn't legal anyway.

28th Nov 2018

I Love Lucy (1951)

28th Nov 2018

Star Trek (1966)

26th Nov 2018

Star Trek (1966)

26th Nov 2018

Star Trek (1966)

Tomorrow is Yesterday - S1-E20

Plot hole: In the transporter room the captain calls to see if Major Christopher is ready, Christopher somehow knows exactly what button to press on the console to answer back.

hifijohn

26th Nov 2018

Star Trek (1966)

The Man Trap - S1-E2

Plot hole: The salt creature needs salt, but there is no need for the creature to kill anybody, just have them deliver a large shipment of salt the next time some ship come to visit the planet.

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Suggested correction: As shown several times, the creature is acting on craving and impulse. It's able to not attack Dr. Crater because they have a mutual relationship, as well as he provides salt for her from their supplies. But their supplies are running low, as he even stated they did have 25 pounds of salt but displays a jar with barely any left in it. It is reasonable to assume that he has had to start rationing the supply of salt to her to keep her till they could get another shipment. They were not getting the salt right off after Kirk arrived, and so the creature could not resist the urge to suck salt it needed out of the crewman when they were together alone, reason and logic being clouded by its desire and feral cravings.

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26th Nov 2018

Star Trek (1966)

26th Nov 2018

Star Trek (1966)

26th Nov 2018

Star Trek (1966)

Shore Leave - S1-E16

Character mistake: Yeoman Barrows is a crew member on an star ship and I assume has experienced or has trained to experience many different things she will encounter on the tour of duty but she freaks out and cries uncontrollably just because she sees Don Juan.

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