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The Legend of Curtis Ballard - S2-E3

Factual error: The missionary name-tags worn by Elders Hanson and Ballard say "THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS." Church policy states that missionary name-tags are written in the official language respective to the country the missionary is serving in, which in this case would be Lithuanian, which according to Bing Translator would be "PASTARŲJŲ DIENŲ ŠVENTŲJŲ JE-ZAUS KRISTAUS BAŽNYČIA."

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The Legend of Curtis Ballard - S2-E3

Factual error: In the first flashback scene of Ballard serving a Mormon mission in Lithuania, he laments that he has been on his mission for 18 months and has yet to baptize a single person. In a later flashback scene when he and his companion are visiting the prostitutes, he states that he and his companion are 19 years old and they should be in college, going to parties, getting drunk, getting laid, etc. Instead of serving missions. These scenes take place in 1991, at which time young men did not serve missions for the Mormon church until after they turned 19, so if Ballard had already been on his mission for 18 months, then he should have been at least 20 years old, and closely approaching 21.

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In the first flashback scene of Ballard serving a Mormon mission in Lithuania, he laments that he has been on his mission for 18 months and has yet to baptize a single person. In a later flashback scene when he and his companion are visiting the prostitutes, he states that he and his companion are 19 years old and they should be in college, going to parties, getting drunk, getting laid, etc. Instead of serving missions. These scenes take place in 1991, at which time young men did not serve missions for the Mormon church until after they turned 19, so if Ballard had already been on his mission for 18 months, then he should have been at least 20 years old, and closely approaching 21.

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