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ER (1994)

3 continuity mistakes in Of Past Regret and Future Fear

Of Past Regret and Future Fear - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: After Anna tells Tina Marie she might have kidney problems, Tina grabs her husband Emmett's hand and then puts her other hand over it; the next shot shows her hand is still on the tray and then she moves it to cover Emmett's again.

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Of Past Regret and Future Fear - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: When Carter is trying to get his cousin Chase to draw a picture, sometimes there is a glass of juice on the tray and sometimes there isn't.

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Of Past Regret and Future Fear - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: As Carter's grandmother is asking him if he'll be at his grandfather's dinner, we see him pick up a mug by its handle - but the next shot, from behind his shoulder, shows him holding the mug by the side.

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Robert Romano: The operation was a screaming success if your desired outcome was paralysis.

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As Mark futilely pounds on Jodi O'Brien's chest, Carol can be seen in the background, removing her protective glasses with one hand. However, after the time of death has been called and they're showing the reactions of everyone present in the room (Susan, Carol, Carter, Lydia, Chen), Carol is seen taking the glasses off again, this time with both hands.

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Doug Ross frequently hung his head low, appearing ashamed or thoughtful or privately amused, depending on the scene. This wasn't just an element of the character: George Clooney had taken to writing his lines on papers, sheets, and other props.

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