Buffy The Vampire Slayer

I Only Have Eyes For You - S2-E19

Factual error: In the episode 'I Only Have Eyes For You', during the flashbacks to 1955 James and Grace dance, and James later shoots himself, to the song 'I Only Have Eyes For You', which wasn't released until 1959. (00:18:20 - 00:26:50)

I Only Have Eyes For You - S2-E19

Visible crew/equipment: After the history teacher writes, "Don't walk away from me, bitch!" on the chalk board, Buffy says to Xander, "I'm telling you, something weird is going on." As she says "something", a boom mic is reflected in the window behind her on the right.

THGhost

I Only Have Eyes For You - S2-E19

Continuity mistake: When Buffy is waiting in Principal Snyder's office, the 1955 year book slides off the bookshelf and lands open, but when Buffy walks over to pick it up, the book is closed.

Issabee

I Only Have Eyes For You - S2-E19

Audio problem: When Giles looks through the window of a door at the high school and sees the janitor yelling at the teacher, the janitor's lips don't match with what he is yelling.

Issabee
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I Only Have Eyes For You - S2-E19

Revealing mistake: After Buffy has entered the wasp-filled school there's a shot of the others standing outside waiting for her. In the establishing long shot if you look closely you can see they used the same shot as earlier in the episode - Buffy is standing there with them. (00:34:10)

Shay

I Only Have Eyes For You - S2-E19

Visible crew/equipment: When Xander opens his locker and the gross hand grabs him, if you use slow-mo when the shot is inside the locker looking out, you can see the white t-shirt of the man whose arm it is. (00:10:20)

troy fox

I Only Have Eyes For You - S2-E19

Continuity mistake: When George shoots Mrs. Frank, her body falls off the balcony headfirst on a closeup shot. She flips in the air once on her way down. But in the following wide shot, she flips in the air on her way down again.

THGhost

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