The Young Ones

Bomb - S1-E4

Revealing mistake: The guys turn on the TV and discover the channels don't work. When Rik changes the channels, he leans in front of the TV hiding the screen. This is because the 'channel' never changes at all - it's just a picture stuck onto the TV. You can see this when the camera rotates around, just before the screen goes out of view, behind Rik.

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Bomb - S1-E4

Revealing mistake: Near the start, when Vyvyan sticks his hand through the wall to swear at Rick, you can see where the holes from previous takes have been papered and painted over.

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David Mercier

Bomb - S1-E4

Revealing mistake: When Neil is about to blow up the kettle, watch as he plugs it in. The power point moves a bit.

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Quotes

Mike: Where's Vyvyan?
Rik: Well, he said he was going inside to water his plant. Strange that such a ruthless and sadistic maniac as Vyvyan should care for a begonia. Must have had it two years now.
Mike: And it was dead when he got it.
Rik: Yes... Still, give him his credit - he's watered it every day!
Mike: Only because he can't be bothered to go upstairs to the lavatory.

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Mistakes

When Vyvyan tells Neil he has 3 seconds to make supper, a boom mic shadow can be seen on the far right side of the screen on the cupboard.

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Trivia

It's obvious that they just walked into the train station and started filming, because all throughout the sequence people are staring at them.

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