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Mudd's Women - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: As the women are beaming aboard in the transporter room, McCoy's uniform switches from the standard blue tunic to his short-sleeved medical smock and back again between shots.

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Mudd's Women - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: Kirk's says that it is Stardate 1329.8 in his opening log entry when the ship is in pursuit of Mudd's vessel. But after Mudd and the women have been brought aboard, Kirk's next log entry says that it is Stardate 1329.1.

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Mudd's Women - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: During Mudd's hearing Eve's sitting in the chair beside Mudd, but when Kirk states that the hearing is closed and that Mud will be handed over to legal authorities, in the wideshot Eve's chair is empty, but in the next closeup Eve is still sitting in the chair.

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Mudd's Women - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: In the briefing room, after Mudd is forced to give his real name, the screen lights up with his record of offenses. In the picture, his image has the ear bauble on the right ear, but he wears it on the left.

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