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ER (1994)

2 continuity mistakes in season 11 - chronological order

(2 votes)

An Intern's Guide to the Galaxy - S11-E5

Continuity mistake: When Dr. Dubenko is explaining a chemical reaction to the other doctors he starts to write on the wall. In the first shot he writes the following: 2H+ + H then the camera focuses on his audience and we hear continuing writing, then the camera cuts back to Dubenko when on the wall the following is written: 2H+ -> A. (00:24:00)

Ronnie Bischof

You Are Here - S11-E20

Continuity mistake: Early in this episode when Dr. Kovac is shaving in the bathroom, the shaving foam on his skin is changing during shots, most noticeably in the region of his ear. (00:02:30)

Ronnie Bischof

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