Grange Hill

Episode #2.11 - S2-E11

Continuity mistake: Before Justin strikes the winning ball the score according to the score board is 25 runs, but when the match is won and the boys rush from the bench the score on the board is now 20. Also the number of wickets has changed from 9 to 8.

Episode #2.11 - S2-E11

Continuity mistake: In the dining room scene, when Tucker stands on the table the clock on the wall behind him reads just after 12.55pm, but when Justin and Andrew join him in a later shot it's just before 12.55pm.

Episode #2.16 - S2-E16

Continuity mistake: While they are lost in the forest, Penny and Suzi fall in a pond, soaking their clothes, but in following shots their clothes have dried really quickly.

Episode #2.15 - S2-E15

Continuity mistake: When Mr Styles is telling everyone the hostel's rules, Penny's head moves between angle changes from leaning over to her left, then upright, then leaning over to her right.

Episode #2.14 - S2-E14

Continuity mistake: When Tucker is attacked by the Brookdale boys they pull his blazer off and one of them starts chalking B R O on the back, then the angle changes and "Brookdale no. 1" is written in full.

Episode #2.15 - S2-E15

Continuity mistake: As Doyle is running for the coach he is carrying a brown bag as he boards the coach. Mr. Mitchell tells Doyle off for being late and Doyle's brown bag has disappeared, but he is carrying it again as he walks down the aisle to the back seat.

Episode #2.11 - S2-E11

Continuity mistake: The students action group (SAG) led by Jessica Samuels protests on the sports field during the cricket practice. Mr. Baxter tells them to move and they ignore him, Baxter then says "I've no intention of telling you twice" and they all walk off. The angle changes and Jessica is standing alone - all the kids that were standing around her have disappeared. Jessica was looking to her left as the kids walk off, then to her right at Baxter, then turns to her left to walk off. Another angle change and Jessica is looking to her left before turning to her left and walking off for a second time.

Episode #2.15 - S2-E15

Continuity mistake: Michael Doyle is sitting on the back seat of the coach between Alan and Andrew when he plays the prank on Penny. Mr. Mitchell moves him to a front seat, but when the coach stops to let Justin off when he feels sick, Doyle is back between Alan and Andrew.

Episode #2.8 - S2-E8

Continuity mistake: Mr Mitchell and Carol are in the back seat of the police car looking for Trisha, and when they see her walking home alone they stop to pick her up. In the following scenes of the police car speeding through the streets you can see that Trisha is not in the car, only Carol and Mitchell are in the back seat, but when the police car stops to arrest the man who is following Cathy, Trisha is there again.

Episode #2.8 - S2-E8

Continuity mistake: When Cathy calls out to Gary walking down the road outside the school there is a parked car next to him, but when the angle changes it has gone and a motorbike has appeared there.

Episode #2.8 - S2-E8

Continuity mistake: When Carol meets Trisha at home time at the school's main entrance, behind them you can see two cars parked in front of the school - a black Humber facing the school and a red Vauxhall Victor. When the shot changes to Cathy standing outside the school's front gate you can see the red Victor has gone, the Humber is now parked in the same place but facing away from the school, and a white VW camper has appeared next to it.

Episode #2.8 - S2-E8

Continuity mistake: When Mr. Mitchell is comforting Cathy after the police have arrested the man who was following her, a row of parked cars that were parked behind them have disappeared.

Episode #2.14 - S2-E14

Continuity mistake: When Tucker, Alan and Benny ambush the Brookdale boy, Alan is sitting on top of the Brookie pining him down. When the angle changes Alan is sitting beside the Brookie - he has not had time to move.

Episode #2.2 - S2-E2

Continuity mistake: When Andrew and Justin are walking home a white car on the road behind them slows down to go through the width restriction and then disappears, as it does not drive past them when the angle changes, and there was nowhere else for it to go.

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