Forever Knight

Forever Knight (1992)

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Dead of Night - S3-E14

Plot hole: Nick has spent two seasons with the supernatural ability to see perfectly well in the dark. But here, exploring the haunted house alone, he suddenly needs a big neon-blue-beamed flashlight to see where he's going.

00:31:30

Jean G

Dead of Night - S3-E14

Plot hole: The handyman tells the police that he has turned on the power to restore lights in the house. Why, then, is everyone still crawling through the place with flashlights?

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Jean G

Dead of Night - S3-E14

Plot hole: Nick mysteriously forgets that he can fly in this episode. With the ghosts of his past victims in hot pursuit, he trips and tumbles all the way down a full flight of stairs. Any other time, he'd simply have flown away.

00:38:10

Jean G

Dead of Night - S3-E14

Factual error: In the flashback to Nick's wedding night, his medieval tunic/shirt has 20th Century white plastic 4-hole buttons sewn to the cuffs.

00:29:25

Jean G

Dead of Night - S3-E14

Factual error: The costumes in the flashback to Nick's wedding are a mishmash of the mismatched, coming from several different eras, including a full metal suit of armor that's at least 2 centuries ahead of the flashback's period setting in the 1200s.

00:14:00

Jean G

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All the sets in the dream sequence, particularly Nick's loft, are filled with props referencing Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland books. They include white rabbits, flamingos, walruses, a squeaky-toy caterpillar - even a half-eaten piece of cake in Nick's fridge. The episode also has several background extras in Wonderland-style costumes, and numerous other references to the books, such as Nick literally falling through the looking glass at the end.

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