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The Naked Time - S1-E4

Revealing mistake: As Spock gets to to the helm position, the whole console visibly wobbles as he hits the controls.

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The Naked Time - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: As Christine goes to put the respirator in place, she uses her right hand. After the cut, it's her left that puts it in place.

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The Naked Time - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: As Bones works on Joe's injury, a red light turns on over his head shining down on the area, illuminating his hair. A second later, the red is gone, then back.

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The Naked Time - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: The indicators radically change positions when Spock gets on the bio bed.

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The Naked Time - S1-E4

Other mistake: In the Transporter room, as the Decontamination field is used, the shuttered lighting casts not only on Spock and Joe, but on the walls surrounding the chamber.

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The Naked Time - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: When Sulu confronts the men in the corridor, his epee goes from perfectly straight to having a slight crook, then back to straight when he appears on the bridge.

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The Naked Time - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: As Joe draws back and stands up, he pulls a knife. First, it's sharp side up, then it's suddenly blade down.

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The Naked Time - S1-E4

Visible crew/equipment: As Spock swings the scanner around, as it points toward the camera position, the camera equipment is reflected on the chrome plate on the front.

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The Omega Glory - S2-E23

Continuity mistake: The background of the cell does not jibe with the positions of Kirk and Cloud William as they fight - where Kirk and Cloud William should have either the cell's bars or the exposed brick wall behind them, there are shots of the opposite wall behind them instead, which is a plastered rock facing.

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All Our Yesterdays - S3-E23

Visible crew/equipment: The shadow of a boom mic is seen against the rock walls of the cave follows Spock and McCoy when Spock pulls McCoy off Zarabeth.

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Wolf in The Fold - S2-E14

Revealing mistake: When Mr Hengist goes on the rampage in the hearing room, you can see that the actor playing Hengist is an obvious stunt double wearing a bald cap, whereas John Fiedler has hair on the back and sides.

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Devil in the Dark - S1-E25

Continuity mistake: When Kirk is facing the Horta he has his phaser in his right hand when seen from the front but when seen from behind he has his communicator in his left hand and no phaser.

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Space Seed - S1-E22

Revealing mistake: During Kirk's fight with Khan in engineering, he pulls a white rod from a console and uses it to subdue Khan. The rod is very light, and several times when Kirk hits Khan with it, Khan shows no reaction at all.

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Requiem for Methuselah - S3-E19

Continuity mistake: When looking at the view screen from the helm, there is a man sitting at the Conn position, but in the wide angle, there's a woman there.

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Requiem for Methuselah - S3-E19

Other mistake: If the ship had not been in visual communication, there's no way Kirk could have seen the Bridge or the crew in suspension.

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Requiem for Methuselah - S3-E19

Other mistake: As the miniaturized Enterprise appears on the table, the support for the model appears as well.

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The Changeling - S2-E3

Continuity mistake: As Nomad first hears Uhura's singing, it extends antennae and leaves the room. After a quick cut scene, as it turns in the corridor the antennae is retracted, then out again on the bridge.

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The Corbomite Maneuver - S1-E10

Continuity mistake: As McCoy first appears from the elevator behind Kirk, then follows him in, his hairline changes from a widow's peak to straight across.

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The Corbomite Maneuver - S1-E10

Continuity mistake: When the cube first meets the Enterprise, it's spinning clockwise on its axis. Later, it's spinning counter-clockwise.

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Spock's Brain - S3-E1

Factual error: In the opening sequence, Spock identifies the alien ship as possessing "ion propulsion" which he says is "unique technology." Scotty is similarly impressed and says, "They could teach us a thing or two!" Kirk later comments that "Advanced ion propulsion is beyond even our capabilities." However, even back in the 1960s, ion propulsion was physically feasible, while Warp propulsion was complete fantasy. Ion propulsion of any kind could never even reach lightspeed and would be incredibly primitive compared to Warp technology. In fact, we in the 21st Century have already developed ion propulsion, but it will probably take many hundreds or thousands of years to develop anything even close to Warp technology.

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