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Relativity - S3-E10

Visible crew/equipment: When Stark and Aeryn are back aboard Talyn with Xhalax, who is tied up, when Stark says, "As far as I can tell, Talyn's systems are almost back to normal," we can see the puppeteer's face (wearing a weird black mask) and hands under Rygel's hoverchair. Funny.

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Relativity - S3-E10

Visible crew/equipment: When they are suggesting decoys to lure the Retrieval Squad, Stark questions the idea and Crichton says "Stark, if you have any other ideas we'll be thrilled to hear them before we go out". At the same time they are walking down a passage way with the camera following. As they turn the corner the camera's shadow can be seen on the wall to the left.

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Aeryn: Well so far we're right on schedule.
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