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ER (1994)

2 continuity mistakes in season 14

Owner of a Broken Heart - S14-E14

Continuity mistake: When Morris is on the bed following his shock there are three point of view (POV) shots. Morris on the bed, Morris's POV of the medical staff hovering over him and a shot from behind the staff looking down on Morris. The placement of characters is misaligned between views, most notably when the shot is from behind the staff looking down: there is a sizable gap between the two on the left and right, where as from Morris's POV they are clustered close together with no gaps between the staff members.

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Status Quo - S14-E11

Continuity mistake: Sam's hand instantly changes position after a camera cut, from her chest to on her hip. This is at the start when she says, "Shower sleep - that's more my style."

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