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The Army-Navy Game - S1-E20

Continuity mistake: Right after Radar tells Henry to forget about the game there's an explosion, and when Radar shouts, "More on the way!" everyone ducks and we see Henry's diploma up on the wall, but when it cuts to a different angle the diploma has vanished before the room even shakes or the heater's stovepipe falls.

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The Army-Navy Game - S1-E20

Other mistake: During the game, when the second bomb goes off, the whole building is shaking and things are falling all around but the drinks on the table do not move at all.

The Army-Navy Game - S1-E20

Revealing mistake: When the second shell explodes outside, the shelf in the right foreground shakes a moment, then the top suddenly flips up, dumping the bottles that were on it. Obviously a stagehand flipped it when no bottles fell.

The Army-Navy Game - S1-E20

Continuity mistake: After Hawkeye and Trapper cut the bomb wires, Trapper kneels down to see if it's still ticking, and his hand disappears from his helmet. (00:23:05)

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The Army-Navy Game - S1-E20

Continuity mistake: While Hawkeye holds the tail assembly, Trapper cuts the wires. In the closeup, he cuts the wires a few inches from the connectors. In the wide shot, the wires were cut closer to the bomb's body.

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The Army-Navy Game - S1-E20

Other mistake: Hawkeye reads the propaganda flyer, he says. "Give yourselves up, you can't win. Douglas MacArthur." Trouble is, the papers are all advertising for a flying company called Ace Eli.

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The Army-Navy Game - S1-E20

Other mistake: Hawkeye loosened the nut and locking ring, but after lifting the assembly, it was obvious that these were steps used only to heighten tension. There was no locking device of any kind between the tail and body of the bomb.

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