Scorpion

White Out - S2-E13

Factual error: They repeatedly say how equipment will freeze in moments, but they leave their faces exposed and coats open, hoods off at times. In such cold temps, the skin would freeze in minutes.

PappyBlade

Robots - S2-E4

Factual error: Walter gives the volume of additional air/oxygen from the tank as "298 cubic liters", it is either cubic ft, cubic meters or simply liters, not cubic liters. (00:32:35)

Risky Business - S1-E8

Factual error: One of the characters is playing an Octave Cat. He plays chords, along with a bass line. This is impossible: The Octave Cat is a duo-phonic instrument and can only play two notes simultaneously. (00:35:45 - 00:36:40)

Extinction - S4-E1

Character mistake: Happy determines that the nitrogen hydroxide ate through the drum because it was "steel alloy," in contrast with Walter's requirement that it be "pure steel." These terms are inaccurate, and would not be used by technical experts like Happy and Walter. Every steel is an alloy, combining at a minimum iron and carbon; steel with other alloying agents is called "alloy steel," not "steel alloy." Because steel doesn't refer to one specific substance, "pure steel" could never be used to specify a material for a given application.

DavidK93
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True Colors - S1-E6

Office Admin: Maybe I should go get campus security
Cabe Gallo: Feel free if you want, but my badge is bigger.

The_Iceman
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The Bunker Games - S4-E13

Trivia: Robert Patrick complains about the rise of the machines and asks who is that gonna be good for? This is an homage to his role in the Terminator 2 Movie as the T-1000.

Tricia Webster Premium member
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