Fawlty Towers

Fawlty Towers (1975)

8 corrected entries in season 2

(2 votes)

The Kipper and the Corpse (a.k.a. Death) - S2-E4

Corrected entry: In the scene where Sybil is talking on the phone in the lobby about the short elderly gentleman guest and has tall redhead bimbo, just before the old man and his bimbo come in you can see the bimbo come past the corner of the office wall early, then stop, then start walking again on cue.

Correction: She doesn't stop. She slows down, but doesn't stop.

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The Kipper and the Corpse (a.k.a. Death) - S2-E4

Corrected entry: The short elderly gentleman and the tall redhead bimbo are leaving the bar. After 15-20 seconds Basil is shown leaving the bar too. But Basil comes through the lobby before them.

Per Mikkelsen

Correction: As they leave you can see their reflection in the glass cabinet just outside the lounge and they stop.

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The Kipper and the Corpse (a.k.a. Death) - S2-E4

Corrected entry: In the scene where Basil and Manuel are trying to hide the corpse, just after the corpse's work partner come to 'collect' him, Basil and Manuel try to hide the body in the kitchen (where the Doctor is cooking sausages). If you look in the background, towards the room behind the reception, you can see the actors standing there, watching John Cleese finish his scene.

Correction: Already established they wanted to talk to him, and as it's not polite to go barging in we was simply waiting for the appropriate moment.

Basil the Rat (a.k.a. Rats) - S2-E6

Corrected entry: When Basil, Polly and the Spanish waiter are talking in the kitchen, watch as Polly almost slips over on her high heels on rat poison.

Correction: Well there was rat poison wasn't there? People slip on and trip over things all the time.

Communication Problems (a.k.a. Theft) - S2-E1

Corrected entry: In the opening scene, Mrs Richards is demanding change for the waiting taxi driver. However we never ever see her go outside to hand the taxi driver his change. Mrs Richards remains inside the hotel at all times throughout this scene.

Correction: In this scene, the taxi driver carries Mrs Richards' cases in for her, and then waits for his money. When Mrs Richards interrupts Polly for the second time, you see the taxi driver leave the hotel.

Basil the Rat (a.k.a. Rats) - S2-E6

Corrected entry: When Mr. Carnegie is running through the list of things he has found wrong in the kitchen, one of them is the lack of a wash-hand basin. However in the episode "Waldorf Salad" Terry is seen washing his hands in the kitchen sink (wash-hand basin) and in this episode when Polly closes the fridge door the sink is visible. So why is Mr. Carnegie complaining about the lack of a wash-hand basin when there is one already present?

Correction: Perhaps he considered just one not enough for the size of the kitchen, thus a "lack" of hand wash basins would be correct.

Mad Ade

The Kipper and the Corpse (a.k.a. Death) - S2-E4

Corrected entry: In the scene where Basil, Polly and Manuel take the corpse back into it's previous room and find the new guest blowing a doll, just after they go back out of the room with the corpse watch the right side of the screen and you will see the Major briefly appear, mistakenly, and disappear again when he sees that the scene is still in progress.

Correction: This could well be the Major just wandering around in the hotel going about his business.

Waldorf Salad - S2-E3

Corrected entry: After the Hamiltons have ordered their drinks (screwdrivera), Basil asks 'Nothing to drink?' Mr Hamilton then says 'What?', and then if you listen carefully Basil replies 'Well, you can't drink a screwdrivers (sic) can you?'

Correction: He says "You can't drink your screwdrivers", reflecting the fact that both Mr and Mrs Hamilton asked for one.

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