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What Are Little Girls Made Of? - S1-E7

Continuity mistake: When the android Kirk boards the Enterprise and takes a "command pack," he walks out and down to the transporter, but he doesn't have the pack in his hand.

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What Are Little Girls Made Of? - S1-E7

Continuity mistake: While Kirk's trying to convince Ruk that Korby's creating the same danger just like the Old Ones, when Kirk tells him that humans are full of unpredictable emotions, the closeup of Kirk is a flipped shot.

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What Are Little Girls Made Of? - S1-E7

Continuity mistake: As Kirk talks to Ruk, a closeup of Kirk shows a few strands of hair down over his left eye. In the regular shot, it's normal.

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What Are Little Girls Made Of? - S1-E7

Continuity mistake: As Ruk is being questioned, he's standing in the open door. As Kirk grabs his arm to keep him from leaving, Ruk is suddenly half way in the room without moving.

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Mistakes

When Kirk and Sulu enter the records room, they pick the lock. Later when they beam the officer back down, he enters the room without unlocking the door. The room should be locked since they beamed him down in the "past" erasing their having been on Earth and in the records room.

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Gene Roddenberry created the transporter as an easier (and cheaper) way of getting Enterprise crew members onto a planet's surface, rather than landing the ship on the planet.

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