The Orville

About a Girl - S1-E3

Continuity mistake: When Bortus knocks Kitan into the turnbuckle, her arms slip to the 2nd rope. But in the next shot of her, her arms are now on the top rope.

Bishop73

About a Girl - S1-E3

Continuity mistake: While Captain Mercer and Commander Grayson are having drinks and conversing. Mercer holds his glass close to his mouth in the frontal shots, but the glass disappears in the shots over his right shoulder.

Scott215

About a Girl - S1-E3

Continuity mistake: In the shuttle bay, Captain Mercer and Commander Grayson's distance between each other changes between shots as they watch Bortus and Klyden depart on the shuttle.

Scott215

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Ed Mercer: So...it's an anti-banana ray?
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