Battlestar Galactica

Sacrifice - S2-E16

Revealing mistake: When Billy lies dead in the morgue and the President fixes his hair while saying, "That's better." we can see Billy's throat move as he swallows.

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Revealing mistake: After Dualla shoots herself, Gaeta hobbles back into the room. While the effects people made sure his real lower leg was erased from view behind his upper leg, they forgot to remove the shadow of the lower leg being cast upon the steel floor. The shot then changes away and returns to find the shadow has now been fixed the second time we see it.

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Daybreak: Part 2 - S4-E20

Revealing mistake: Just after Tigh announces that Centurions will be "pouring in at platoon strength", the next shot shows those Centurions marching though the Galactica's halls. None of them are casting shadows despite the various nearby light sources that should be causing such shadows. This is most obvious looking at their feet.

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