1st Jun 2015
1st Feb 2014
Visible crew/equipment: Governor is 'interrogating' Michonne privately about staying at Woodbury to "join his forces." As he mentions Merle's name, she suddenly reacts, grabbing her sword from him, and shoves it at his throat, threateningly. During this, the shadow from the boom mic is visible just above his head.
24th Nov 2013
Continuity mistake: Deleted footage/special release only: Carol confronts Daryl about the boy being held hostage inside the barn (following Sophia's death), reasoning with him about pretending not to care when he truly does. At one point he moves to her, almost in her face. However, the following shot shows only a close up of Carol, implying they are standing feet apart, which is not the case.
15th Nov 2013
Continuity mistake: After Carol tells Shane they are not leaving without finding Sophia, Daryl enters and reminds Shane about the doll he found down at the swamp earlier, and they start to argue. During this he crosses front to Carol's right. In the very next shot Daryl is suddenly shown standing in the same spot as prior, next to Carol.
26th Jun 2013
Continuity mistake: As Rosemary composes herself in the hallway, following the viscous doll attack, she is suddenly surrounded by angry, vengeful dolls. We see a large bay window about 10 feet in front of her as she cautiously moves in closer to the angry dolls. In the next shot, as she appears to lean in, glaring hatefully at the angry dolls, she suddenly lunges forward, crashing headfirst out the window, presumably to her death. She is not close enough to the window to have accomplished this, nor did any of the angry dolls push her.
Continuity mistake: After the dolls have attacked Rosemary, she manages to contain herself out in the hallway, just before another doll attacks her ankle with a buzz saw. As the doll begins to saw, Rosemary kicks it off, then turns on her heels. In the following shot her ankle is untouched.
Continuity mistake: As the dolls viciously attack Rosemary, one of them strikes the top left side of her head with a mallet. In the next shot Rosemary's head is down and there is no blood visible. Another doll stabs the left side of her face, near her ear with a tiny knife. However, in the following shot that area is unscathed. Another doll stabs her upper back, near the shoulder blades, but when Rosemary turns sideways we see the knife protruding from the middle of her back instead.
00:46:20 - 00:48:30oprlvr33
Continuity mistake: When Ralph opens the door leading to the attic, a wind gust blows out the lit candelabra he is holding, yet there is a light-source permeating from the open stairs. It is night so the attic would be obviously dark and creepy. However, it is fully aglow. This would be possible only if there were a full moon, which wouldn't be visible anyway due to the ongoing thunderstorm. As the two reach the landing suddenly the atmosphere changes to dankness, when it was aglow only moments earlier.
Other mistake: As the blond punkee pillages the bedroom for anything of value, the unseen giggling/squeaky "doll" voices prepare to attack. She is yanked to the floor by her feet, screaming, as the unseen grab her hands, then proceed to "ram" her face-first into the wall. The large blood spatters do not match the injuries to her face nor her forehead. Also, under normal circumstances, the victim would be rendered unconscious following such force. The punkee is merely a bit disheveled as the unseen toss her outside the doorway.
00:30:50 - 00:31:35oprlvr33
3rd Apr 2013
Continuity mistake: In the opening scene, following the hitchhiking girls, it is dusk. As the couple drives along, arguing while the man reads a road map, the sky suddenly changes to dramatic cloud action as he comments that it's looking nasty outside, and then a fierce storm instantly brews up.
19th Feb 2013
12th Jan 2013
Continuity mistake: Nate touches a photo on the wall of a smiling late Keith, with Lucas as a small boy. Next shot, Lucas taps on the door to let Karen know the gang is taking off, but there's no response. Next shot shows Karen sitting the other side of the door, grieving, holding that same photo of Keith and Lucas.
14th Dec 2012
Audio problem: (1982) Alan and Monica: They spar, and Monica escapes to safety, in their bedroom, locking the doors. Alan threatens to "break it down" and she relents. Alan enters, leaving the door wide open, and they spar again, as Monica threatens him with alimony and the "shirt off his back" which he gratuitously supplies; literally ripping it off and throwing it at her. They fight some more and she breaks away as he grabs her into a passionate kiss, lowering her to the bed. Suddenly you hear the door close, in the background. The bed is clear across the room, so Alan could not have simply kicked it shut.
8th Oct 2012
Plot hole: When Dan asks Lucas how he managed to lie to Karen about his heart test results then successfully move out, Lucas tells Dan that he showed Karen Keith's test results letter instead. In a prior scene, Lucas hands Karen the results letter and she is elated to read no Hypertrophy issues. Being a very savvy business woman, Karen would have noticed the addressee on the letterhead was Keith, NOT Lucas.
27th May 2012
27th May 2012
Revealing mistake: Episode: Testimony of a Traitor (season 2): As the 'video' of Buck's former advocate/cohort begins, we see a disheveled man in uniform seated behind a desk in his bombed out office. The TV on his desk is an obvious late-70's model, and his video player is a vintage 1978 model. This show is supposed to be about the 25th Century, and the Treason video, based in 1987 - and Buck was an Air force commander - so you'd think this government officer friend would have more futuristic-looking technology in his office.
00:08:25 - 00:12:45oprlvr33
16th Mar 2012
Trivia: Episode: Jennifer> When Buck is standing in the hangar, following a short protest with the security guard about boarding flight 409; the flight 'Jennifer' is on, the P.A. announces the flight take off, and calls for Captain Christopher Pike. Captain Christopher Pike was Captain James T. Kirk's predecessor in the original Star Trek pilot and opening episodes; either a strange coincidence, or possibly a homage to the classic Star Trek series.
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