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Silence - S3-E23

Other mistake: Guest star Eric Stoltz is credited as Eric Stolitz.

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Factual error: In scenes apparently in Japan, all the cars drive on the right side of the road. In actuality, the Japanese drive on the left side of the road.

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17th Jan 2011

Shallow Hal (2001)

Trivia: The film is dedicated to Charles Seabrook, who worked in the camera and electrics department for 'Shallow Hal', who died of a heart attack six months before the movie was released.

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29th Jul 2010

Dallas (1978)

Trivia: When the show first started, the family that owned the real Southfork still lived on the ranch. By the mid 80s, they were so overwhelmed by tourists that they sold it.

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25th Jul 2010

Dallas (1978)

Trivia: This show was only planned to be a 5-episode miniseries.

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8th Dec 2009

iCarly (2007)

IQuit iCarly - S3-E8

Continuity mistake: Carly, Sam, Fleck and Dave are sitting at one table at the Groovy Smoothy sipping a new smoothy flavor with T-Bo standing next to them. Suddenly the smoothy gets too spicy so all four go to another table and gulp down other people's waters then sit back down. T-Bo comments and leaves his original spot. When Carly and the other three drink their smoothies and it gets too spicy again, water glasses suddenly appear from nowhere. T-Bo never would have had time to put them there.

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14th Mar 2009

Shogun (1980)

Trivia: To date (March 2009), it is the only USA-based TV show/miniseries to be filmed entirely on location in Japan.

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14th Mar 2009

Shogun (1980)

Trivia: In the documentary The Making of Shogun, it is stated that the rise of Japanese food establishments in the US (particularly sushi houses) is attributed to Shogun.

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7th Oct 2008

L.A. Law (1986)

Trivia: The character of Leland McKenzie started wearing hearing aids on the show when the actor who portrayed him, Richard Dysart, needed them in real life.

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29th Sep 2008

Boys Don't Cry (1999)

Trivia: A double murder was shown, when actually three people actually were murdered. An African-American man, Philip Devine, 19, Lana's sister Leslie's boyfriend, was shot to death on a couch that night also.

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29th Sep 2008

Boys Don't Cry (1999)

Trivia: The lone survivor of the murder was a baby boy, not a girl as portrayed.

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28th Jul 2008

The Cosby Show (1984)

Trivia: Carl Anthony Payne II (Cockroach) was fired from 'The Cosby Show' by Bill Cosby because he refused to get a haircut.

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25th Jul 2008

The Cosby Show (1984)

Pilot - S1-E1

Trivia: In this pilot episode alone, Theodore is called 'Teddy' by his family, but is known by 'Theo' the rest of the series.

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9th Jun 2008

Stand By Me (1986)

Trivia: In Stephen King's original short story, it's Chris who fires the threatening shot at the end. At the movie screening, King was not told that Gordy would be firing the gun, but he ended up liking the movie's ending more.

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