Farscape (1999)

2 visible crew/equipment mistakes in Liars, Guns and Money (1): A Not So Simple Plan

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Liars, Guns and Money (1): A Not So Simple Plan - S2-E19

Visible crew/equipment: When Scorpius is choking Crichton and Crichton says, "Aw, what's the matter Scorpy?", the boom mike pops into picture right above Crichton.

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Liars, Guns and Money (1): A Not So Simple Plan - S2-E19

Visible crew/equipment: While Aeryn and John watch the monitors, when it cuts back to Scorpius et al walking in the corridor, just as Akkor says, "She'll be right with you. Please, understand," the camera spins around and the only thing in the hallway is the elevator security station with its round base behind Akkor. Then when Braca delivers blows to Akkor and he collapses, there are two overhead shots and we can see the crew's equipment at the bottom of the screen.

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