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25th May 2018

The Office (2005)

The Cover-Up - S6-E23

New this week Question: In the beginning, when Jim and Pam are supposedly communicating through Morse Code, do they actually saying anything? What about the end with Pam and Dwight? What is said? Or is it just random clicks, taps, and blinks to seem like Morse Code for the audience?

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25th May 2018

The Office (2005)

Money - S4-E4

New this week Trivia: Creed says he transfers his debt to "William Charles Schneider" when he gets in trouble. Actor Creed Bratton was born William Charles Schneider. Schneider changed his name to Creed Bratton shortly after starting his music career, in the 60's, long before playing Creed Bratton in "The Office."

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24th May 2018

The Office (2005)

Diwali - S3-E6

New this week Question: What do Kelly's sisters say when talking about Ryan?

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New this week Answer: You should know what you say before replying to other people.

23rd May 2018

The Office (2005)

Niagara - S6-E4

New this week Continuity mistake: When Dwight is talking to the kids, he picks up one fry. In the shot of him from behind, he's holding two fries. It goes back to one fry when he takes a bite.

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23rd May 2018

The Office (2005)

The Promotion - S6-E3

New this week Continuity mistake: When Kevin is writing Pam a check, he flips it open so the check register is folded under the checks. After he says "wait till Monday", the check register is no longer folded under the checks.

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15th May 2018

The Office (2005)

Valentine's Day - S2-E16

New this month Trivia: When Michael thinks he sees Tina Fey and runs off, TV talk show host Conan O'Brien walks by the camera.

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13th May 2018

The Office (2005)

Performance Review - S2-E8

New this month
Michael Scott: Can I ask you a question?
Jan Levison: No.
Michael: This is a business question. It's nothing personal. I promise.
Jan: Fine.
Michael: Are you wearing new perfume today?
Jan: How is that a business question?
Michael: Well, you're wearing it in the office. And...[sniffs Jan]...It... I'm sorry, no offense, but it's really sexy.
Jan: Please don't smell me, Michael.

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13th May 2018

The Office (2005)

The Dundies - S2-E1

New this month
Jan Levison: You already had a party on May 5th for no reason.
Michael Scott: No reason! It was the 05-05-05 party. It happens once every billion years.
Jan: And you had a luau. And the tsunami relief fundraiser, which somehow lost a lot of money.
Michael: Okay, no, that was a fun raiser. I think I made that very clear in the flyers. Fun, F-U-N.
Jan: Okay, well, I don't understand why anyone would have a tsunami fun raiser, Michael.

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13th May 2018

The Office (2005)

E-Mail Surveillance - S2-E9

New this month Question: When Angela is buying the Baby Ruths, most of the other candies are turned backwards (I assume to avoid product placement). But above the Baby Ruth is one with the name facing forward that looks like it's called "Picaroon." Is this a real candy bar that's local to the Scranton area or just completely made up? If it's made up, any inside information about where the name came from or if there's an inside joke or show reference to it?

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11th May 2018

The Office (2005)

Diversity Day - S1-E2

New this month
Michael Scott: Stir the pot! Stir the melting pot, Pam! Let's do it. Let's get ugly. Let's get real.
Pam Beesly: [To Dwight with the "Asian" card on his forehead] Okay. If I have to do this, based on stereotypes that are totally untrue, that I do not agree with, you would maybe not be a very good driver.
Dwight Schrute: Oh, man, am I a woman?

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11th May 2018

The Office (2005)

The Alliance - S1-E4

New this month Trivia: The newsletter about the 80's party says "hopefully you will find a lot of useless information contained herein that will help you do your job better, faster, and quicker and cheaper and happier." It then goes on to say "as anyone can easily tell, this newsletter doesn't really have a lot to say. It's really just a prop to fill some space and sorta look like a newsletter without really being much of a newsletter at all."

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11th May 2018

The Office (2005)

Health Care - S1-E3

New this month Continuity mistake: When Michael is calling the coal mine, from outside the car he has his seatbelt on. But inside the car, he doesn't.

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In a Mirror, Darkly (2) - S4-E19

New this month Stupidity: When the Gorn attacks Archer, one of the MACO officers raises his weapon to fire, but fears hitting Archer, so he doesn't shoot. But then he attacks the Gorn with the butt of his weapon. He was close enough to hit him, he could have just stood over him and fired without fear of hitting Archer.

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Divergence (2) - S4-E16

New this month Other mistake: They show the tether and tether anchor fall out of the ship and fall behind, much in the same way as throwing something out of a car. However, it was still in the warp bubble and should have continued to be moving at warp 5 with the ships. We see later Columbia extend its warp bubble around Enterprise and Enterprise remains at warp 5 after cutting their engines. But, if the tether is no longer affected by the warp bubble, it should have been instantaneously out of view.

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New this month Suggested correction: Too much supposition, especially regarding fictional technology.

This correction is too vague and gives no counter argument to support the statement. Either it's affected by the Warp Bubble and stays at Warp 5 or it doesn't. Even with the inconsistency of warp speed, the ship is still traveling 20-30 million miles a second (23.2 million miles a second at standard speed). An object that small would be out of sight within a mile or less (fictional technology or not). Since we know the object isn't traveling at Warp 5 (otherwise it wouldn't fall behind as it did), it would have to be traveling at least Warp 4.99999999 to stay in range as long as it did (a speed never established in-universe). It's also been established in-universe when a ship comes out of warp, it has no inertia so it will not continue to drift. Given in-universe established facts about the fictional technology, there's nothing to support the idea the object is still traveling at Warp 4.99999999 (at Warp 4.9999999 the object would still be out of sight after less than a second).

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7th May 2018

Futurama (1999)

A Head in the Polls - S2-E7

New this month Trivia: When Leela is carrying Bender's head through the hall of heads, one of the TV Stars is Katey Segal, the actress who voices Leela.

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7th May 2018

Futurama (1999)

A Head in the Polls - S2-E7

New this month Continuity mistake: In the Hall of Presidents, Bill Clinton's head is above Jesse Ventura and Jimmy Carter. When he starts to hit on Leela, he's now sitting above Gerald Ford. Later he shifts again, being above Carter and Ford.

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3rd May 2018

Futurama (1999)

Hell is Other Robots - S1-E9

New this month
[At the Beastie Boys concert.]
Leela: Impressive. They're busting mad rhymes with an 80% success rate.
Bender: I believe that qualifies as ill. At least from a technical standpoint.

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2nd May 2018

Futurama (1999)

Episode Two: The Series Has Landed - S1-E2

New this month Trivia: When Bender is talking about being a folk singer, there's a sign in the background. In Alienese it says "tasty human burgers." The sign can also be seen during the opening credits.

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Harbinger - S3-E15

New this month Continuity mistake: When Hayes takes off his jacket before sparring with Reed, he tosses it to his right so that it's on the right side of the room. When he picks it up, it's now against the wall that's on the left side of the room.

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Carpenter Street - S3-E11

New this month Stupidity: The last remaining Xindi, in desperation, attempts to release the virus over the fan, despite the virus not being fully ready. However, it seems the only reason he didn't release the virus at that time was he had to seek cover from Archer and T'Pol shooting at him and to start shooting back at them. However, he had plenty of cover from the rooftop stairwell, which was right next to the fan, and he had enough time to dump out the contents over the fan.

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