Star Trek

The Apple - S2-E5

Continuity mistake: When Kirk gives the order to Scott for transport, Spock lies in a diagonal position with the yellow spores on his chest with McCoy kneeling by him. After the cut to Scott on the bridge, Spock is lying with his head towards the camera, his chest is clean, and McCoy standing about six feet to Kirk's right. All much too quickly to be normal.

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The Apple - S2-E5

Continuity mistake: When Spock is first hit by lightning, the back of his blue shirt is tattered and blackened. Later as he and Kirk are by Val, he turns and the fabric is undamaged.

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The Apple - S2-E5

Continuity mistake: Throughout the entire episode the planet's sky is red, yet during the scenes where the clouds come and lightning strikes, it becomes obvious that they simply used stock footage of Earth's clouds, since the sky is blue. (00:11:50)

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The Apple - S2-E5

Continuity mistake: Spock was knocked unconscious by the lightning strike, yet when Kirk pulls him up it is obvious that Spock was assisting him with his legs. (00:38:25)

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