Bones

The Girl in Suite 2103 - S2-E6

Continuity mistake: When Angela and Hodges are working out the size of the silhouette on the wall, as Angela says "which I deny", she's got a relatively serious look on her face. We then cut to a shot from the other side of her, and she's suddenly smiling.

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The Girl in Suite 2103 - S2-E6

Continuity mistake: When Booth and Brennen are questioning the Senator's son, the cap on the bottle of water keeps switching from being on and being off between shots.

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