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A Boy In A Bush - S1-E6

Factual error: When the gang is reviewing mall security footage to find the kids, Angela says her maximum resolution is 640x480 pixels 'per square inch'. Digital resolution is not defined per inch - it's defined by the entire image. Secondly; moments later, she refers to having another angle of the scene - but the camera shows the very same shot as was just seen.

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A Boy In A Bush - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: When Bones and Booth are discussing baby animals, Zac has one hand on his folder. Camera cuts to Zac and he has got 2 hands on his folder.

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A Boy In A Bush - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: When Bones and Angela are talking about her leaving, Bones has a lock of hair that is loose and hanging down. Camera cuts and it's gone.

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A Boy In A Bush - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: Zac is going over the details of the boy's injuries and in doing so is touching the body. Camera cuts and his hand is now a good 2 foot higher than the body.

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A Boy In A Bush - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: At the start Bones starts to put the roof down on her car. Camera cuts and the roof is instantly down. Not possible in an instant cut.

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At around 5 mins 11 seconds into the episode, Vincent Nigel-Murrey and Dr. Saroyan are discussing the bones on the forensic platform. In the background of a shot of Vincent, the x-ray on the screen is of Homer Simpson's head in the middle of the screen, instead of a real human skull.

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