Star Trek

Miri - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: The ropes tying Yeoman Rand to the chair keep changing positions (above her elbows or below her elbows) between shots. (00:39:40)

Jean G

Miri - S1-E8

Factual error: In the opening scene on the bridge, when Spock states the planet's properties, the circumference is given in US miles; the mass is given in metric tons; the density is given in metric grams per cubic centimeter; and the atmosphere is given as oxygen/nitrogen. No scientist of Spock’s standing would mix US and metric unit systems. The atmosphere composition should also be stated reversed as “nitrogen/oxygen” with the most abundant gas first. (00:42:00 - 00:59:00)

Kenneth Schroeder
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Suggested correction: This is only true in today's standards. But we have no idea what future generations will choose to make standard.

Bishop73

Miri - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: The dust smudging both Spock's uniform and that of the older security guard instantly vanishes when they walk out of the building to go look for the onlies. (00:08:10)

Jean G

Miri - S1-E8

Factual error: If Miri's planet is a "duplicate" (meaning identical) Earth, it should have clouds. It doesn't. This remains a mistake because "duplicate" means "exactly the same," and thus the clouds should be there. The special effects crew forgot to put them in. Noteworthy: the very first thing fixed in the digitally enhanced version of this episode was the duplicate Earth. It has clouds now. (00:01:30)

Jean G

Miri - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: The ampule of vaccine on the hypo is fair sized. As McCoy falls, it's still fairly full. As Spock grabs it, it's suddenly empty.

Movie Nut

Miri - S1-E8

Other mistake: As the club Kirk takes away from the kid hits the ground, you can tell it's hollow plastic.

Movie Nut

Miri - S1-E8

Revealing mistake: After Kirk stuns Louise and she falls to the floor, watch her abdomen. She tries not to move, but it's just barely moving.

Movie Nut

Miri - S1-E8

Audio problem: As Spock answers the call from the ship, his communicator doesn't make the noise when connecting.

Movie Nut

Miri - S1-E8

Audio problem: After McCoy gives orders for equipment, the Communications officer calls for Kirk. As he goes to answer, Kirk flips open his communicator, but it doesn't make the familiar sound.

Movie Nut

Miri - S1-E8

Visible crew/equipment: As Spock and the guards edge toward the mouth of the alley, watch the upper part of the wall to their right. There are shadows of somebody's hands throwing the debris down, carefully avoiding direct hits.

Movie Nut

Miri - S1-E8

Visible crew/equipment: As Spock is observed through the dirty window, the studio light rig is reflected on the glass in the upper right corner.

Movie Nut

Miri - S1-E8

Revealing mistake: As McCoy kneels by the tricycle in the town square, an unknown person attacks him. As they roll on the ground, and as he raises up facing the others, the stunt double is easily recognized.

Movie Nut

Miri - S1-E8

Audio problem: As McCoy scans the body, the scanner portion spins. Suddenly, it stops motion, but McCoy continues passing it over the body, and sounds continue to be heard.

Movie Nut

Miri - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: After the wild man is down on the mound, his right hand is under his body. In the close up, it's on the frame of the trike.

Movie Nut

Miri - S1-E8

Factual error: If this planet is a duplicate, an exact copy, of Earth, then Lake Okeechobee, the largest lake in Florida, is wrong. Seen from space, it is much larger and more distinct than the lake shown on this duplicate.

Movie Nut

Miri - S1-E8

Other mistake: In the opening, the planet looks to be turning the same as Earth does. On the viewer it is turning correctly. However, it is too quickly to be accurate, assuming it is a copy of Earth. If so, at this higher speed, the days would be shorter. Also, the ship should be moving at such a speed as to see the planet moving in the opposite direction.

Movie Nut

Miri - S1-E8

Revealing mistake: When McCoy announces the wild man as dead, you can still see his head slightly moving.

jbrbbt

Miri - S1-E8

Character mistake: Spock tells Kirk that without being able to test their vaccine with the ship's computers, "it could be a beaker of death." The vessel that the vaccine is contained in is a flask, not a beaker. The ship's science officer should know the difference. (00:37:25)

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