Forever Knight

Forward into the Past - S2-E4

Factual error: Nick tells fellow vampire Aristotle, "You still owe me for that time at the Battle of Hastings." Nick was brought across in 1228, or so the intro told us every week. The Battle of Hastings, as any British school kid knows, was fought in 1066, over 100 years before Nick's mortal birth.

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Dark Knight: The Second Chapter (2) - S1-E3

Continuity mistake: The blood stains on Nick's white turtleneck are lighter, then darker, then lighter again, and migrate to different positions, both during his fight with LaCroix in the abattoir, and throughout the hospital scenes afterward.

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Partners of the Month - S2-E18

Continuity mistake: While he's talking to Janette at the Raven, the level of fluid in Schanke's cocktail changes all by itself from several inches down to nearly full again, even though he's been sipping at it throughout their conversation.

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Crazy Love - S2-E26

Factual error: Dr. Shawna Welsh's medical degree, visible on the office wall behind her while she talks to Nick, misspells the name of Johns Hopkins Medical College as "John Hopkins."

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Killer Instinct - S2-E1

Revealing mistake: The re-use of a brief scene from the pilot episode, inserted during Nick and LaCroix's vampire battle in the warehouse, creates the unfortunate problem of Nick completely changing clothes in the middle of the fight.

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Father Figure - S1-E14

Plot hole: When the two henchmen who break into Nick's loft to kill Lisa are captured, the case is closed. But the two thugs were reporting back to a boss who wasn't caught, and who surely would have sent more hitmen after Lisa. So the case shouldn't have been closed.

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Father Figure - S1-E14

Plot hole: Nat thinks Nick is becoming more human because he can see himself in the mirror, and he replies, "Only sometimes." This line contradicts series canon, as "Forever Knight" did not adhere to the vampires-don't-appear-in-mirrors cliché. Nick was seen to reflect very nicely, in fact, every time he passed a mirror, and not just "sometimes."

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Father Figure - S1-E14

Plot hole: Near the end, a cop comes to tell Schanke that an explosion has been reported at Nick's place. But neither of the two intruders uses any explosives. One shoots his way in through a door and the other breaks in through a skylight. Neither makes enough noise for the disturbance to be called an explosion.

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Dark Knight (1) - S1-E2

Factual error: The murderer works for a blood bank and drives a bloodmobile, a plot holdover from the first pilot ("Nick Knight"), which was set in Los Angeles. This second pilot, however, is set in Toronto - and Canada doesn't have mobile blood units.

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Factual error: As the creepy "Nightcrawler," master vampire LaCroix taunts Nick via his CERK radio broadcasts, which Nick listens to on his Cadillac's car radio. Except, CERK's studio sign says it's an FM station. And Nick's Caddy, supposedly a '62, still has its factory radio (we get lots of good close-ups of that), which in 1962 was strictly AM. So how was he receiving LaCroix's station?

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Factual error: Though she wore medical smocks and occasionally a baseball cap to hold back her hair, Natalie was never correctly attired when she performed her autopsies. In fact, she usually worked with her hair loose and hanging down over the corpse, which may have made her look prettier, but is a serious breach of forensic etiquette that could contaminate the evidence. Even the best-coiffed coroners still have to wear sterile caps and gear.

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Dying to Know You - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: Schanke calls Nick to tell him they've found Mrs. Hedges' body, and says, "They cut her throat, man." We even see a brief shot of the bloodied corpse. But later in the morgue, Nick says, "She was asphyxiated, right?" and Nat agrees. The corpse on the autopsy table now appears to have an intact throat. So, which way did Mrs. Hedges die?

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Dance By The Light Of The Moon - S1-E7

Revealing mistake: The flashbacks to 1228 in this episode portray some of the same events - Janette seducing Nick, LaCroix making Nick a vampire - that are also shown in "Dark Knight." But here, Nick, Janette and LaCroix are all wearing completely different costumes.

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Spin Doctor - S1-E15

Continuity mistake: Nick takes to the air wearing a blue windbreaker, but lands wearing a long black duster coat.

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For I Have Sinned - S1-E4

Factual error: The murder victims, all Catholic, are specifically said to have "all worn crucifixes." But the jewelry Nat hands Nick as evidence, the cross that burns his hand and the necklace Magda later gives him are all plain crosses, not crucifixes. (The former is unadorned; the latter has a Christ figure on it.)

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Partners of the Month - S2-E18

Revealing mistake: When Schanke, in a huff, packs up his treasures and moves out of Nick's loft, he kicks the box of his belongings into the freight elevator, then gets in and closes the door. If you watch closely, you can see the cord of his duck lamp caught under the door, where it stays even after the elevator supposedly begins its descent.

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Show generally

Factual error: The police call-radio added on to Nick's old Cadillac (along with a handy dandy detachable dashboard police light and a siren) somehow managed to work for all 3 seasons without an antenna.

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Last Act - S1-E5

Factual error: The doll that supposedly belonged to Erica 300 years ago is too obviously modern, with a plastic head and body and nylon hair.

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Hunters - S1-E12

Continuity mistake: Nick's beard is fully grown in the beginning of this episode, but it changes, disappearing entirely more than once and then reappearing in various stages of growth, even in sequences supposedly occurring on the same night.

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For I Have Sinned - S1-E4

Visible crew/equipment: When the parish priest is preparing for the Easter Pageant and gathers up the bundle of sticks, the microphone dips into the shot at the top of the screen. (Aired version only. Mistake was digitally removed on the dvd.)

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Spin Doctor - S1-E15

Factual error: Nick tells Nat about his past life as an assistant professor in the U.S., and refers to himself as "a certain indigenous vampire." Nick wasn't indigenous (native) to either the US or Canada, where the show was set. He came from Brabant, now part of Belgium. They were probably trying for "itinerant" (wandering), which would accurately describe Nick's long life.

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Amateur Night - S2-E12

Continuity mistake: It's 9:10 a.m. outside the police precinct station, and after a 4-minute interview scene with no time lapses, it's 2:55 p.m. inside.

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For I Have Sinned - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: While he's in the confessional, Schanke's raincoat collar is turned up. When he rushes out to confront Nick, it's folded neatly down again.

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Show generally

Factual error: The Cadillacs (all three of them) used throughout the series to play the part of Nick's sea-green, large-trunk vampire transportation were not, as claimed in the show, 1962 models. Nick's car, in all its incarnations, was actually a '61.

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Dark Knight (1) - S1-E2

Revealing mistake: When Natalie shows Nick the murdered museum guard's bite wounds in the morgue, the "dead" man's carotid artery is pulsing quite healthily.

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I Will Repay - S1-E10

Continuity mistake: Elizabeth the leper is wearing a dirty gray dress under her black cloak - until Nick makes her a vampire, when suddenly there's a beautiful, spotlessly clean white gown under her cloak.

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Last Act - S1-E5

Factual error: Vampire Erica commits suicide by sitting on a park bench at sunrise. Nick and Schanke are called to the scene only a short time later, or so we're led to believe, yet it's still fully dark when they arrive. No sunrise in sight.

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A More Permanent Hell - S2-E20

Factual error: In the first scene, Dr. Dana says the asteroid heading for Earth is 5 miles wide, "larger than the one that caused the dinosaur extinction." The asteroid that did in the dinos is estimated by most scientists to have been 6-8 miles wide.

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Only the Lonely - S1-E17

Factual error: In the flashback, when Nick regenerates on the autopsy table, his shredded clothes repair themselves, too. Maybe Nick buys his outfits in the same place the Incredible Hulk does.

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Black Buddha (1) - S3-E1

Continuity mistake: Nick and Tracy find a crying but uninjured baby, the only mortal survivor of the plane crash, in the wreckage. Yet in part 2, Nick tells Urs that Vachon was the only survivor.

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Black Buddha (1) - S3-E1

Factual error: When the Inca is threatening Tracy in Spanish, the translation subtitles read, "He thinks he has invaded me." They were supposed to say, "_evaded_ me." (Note: This has been corrected in the dvd set released 10/06.)

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Black Buddha (2) - S3-E2

Continuity mistake: When he's rescuing Tracy at the end, Vachon bites Vudu. But when Nick arrives and props up the dying man, there are no marks and no blood on his neck.

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Dying for Fame - S1-E16

Plot hole: Nick calls Schanke and asks him to take the Polaroids in to a lab for analysis. But Nick seems to have forgotten that he has the photos with him. They're not back at the precinct station for Schanke to take them in.

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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.

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Undue Process - S2-E8

Factual error: Nat's god-daughter Cynthia Luce is buried within a few days of her murder with an elaborate headstone already in place. (In reality, headstones take months to produce.) But the wrong name is carved on the stone. It reads "In memory of Cynthia Lambert."

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Hunted - S2-E5

Revealing mistake: It wasn't supposed to be in shot, but the camera accidentally caught the stuffed caterpillar toy perched on Nat's desk in the coroner's lab. It was there because nursing mom Catherine Disher had her new baby nearby on set. Fans wondered, though, why the single, childless Nat would keep baby toys in the morgue.

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Beyond the Law - S2-E13

Plot hole: At the end, Nick and Schanke discuss the bruise Nick's blow supposedly left on Damir's jaw. But Nick didn't hit Damir. He grabbed and tossed him bodily into a trash heap in the alley - without ever once touching his jaw.

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The Fix - S2-E14

Continuity mistake: Although they never reverse their direction, when Nick and Schanke are walking down the Toronto city street, they pass the same bright yellow discount store sign twice.

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Night in Question - S3-E10

Factual error: LaCroix visits the comatose Nick in the hospital and detaches a pulse monitor that A) shouldn't be beeping, seeing as it's attached to a vampire, and B) should have immediately sounded an alarm when it was removed.

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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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Be My Valentine - S2-E15

Continuity mistake: In the flashback to 1228, Nick's just-awakened sister Fleur has her hair down over her ears, and is wearing a white night dress that covers her to the neck. Cut to a close-up and her hair is pulled back to reveal pierced earrings (unlikely in 1228, and did she sleep with them on?), and she's suddenly in a bare-shouldered gown instead of her night dress.

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Dying for Fame - S1-E16

Plot hole: The insertion of a musical sequence used to fill extra time in this episode creates a plot problem. It's spliced in between Nick's urgent plea for Nat to stall the autopsy and his rescuing the bound and gagged Rebecca, and unfortunately makes it appear that in that interval, Nick simply went home, played music and sat in his loft window brooding, ignoring the case altogether.

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Queen of Harps - S2-E19

Continuity mistake: Nick and Schanke are interrogating a murder suspect and disagreeing about whether or not she did the deed. They leave the interview room together, and Nick's hair completely changes styles as he walks out of the room. On the inside of the door, it's combed down over his forehead and rather "fluffy." The minute he exits on the other side of the door, it's brushed back and slicked down.

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A More Permanent Hell - S2-E20

Revealing mistake: Mt. Vesuvius is erupting and LaCroix's villa is collapsing around him. But while the ground "shakes," statuary falls over and the walls cave in, look closely at the fountain/pool in the center of the room. There's not a drop splashing out of it. In fact, the water's surface is smooth as glass.

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Fever - S3-E13

Continuity mistake: When Cal falls against the canister in the lab and accidentally releases the poison gas, the position of the big yellow lever on the gas pipe shifts back and forth by 90 degrees between takes.

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Night in Question - S3-E10

Plot hole: Bullets, which have been passing harmlessly through Nick for two whole seasons, suddenly do him great injury here. And though he's taken to surgery, the bullet lodged in his head is never removed. It's still there on the latest x-ray when LaCroix arrives to "consult" with the doctor.

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Black Buddha (1) - S3-E1

Factual error: In the flashbacks, the shipboard lifesaver rings are emblazoned with the incorrect designation "S.S. Titanic." The Titanic was a Royal Mail Ship. The stencil should have read R.M.S., not S.S.

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Fever - S3-E13

Deliberate mistake: At the end, a line apparently cut earlier creates slight confusion. Nick says to Nat, "When LaCroix asked you why?" (why save vampires). In the earlier scene as shown, the elusive LaCroix spoke only briefly to Nat in the lab, and never asked her that question.

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The Human Factor - S3-E16

Continuity mistake: Twice in this episode, Janette refers to having been a vampire for 800 years. Previous episodes established that while Nick was 800 years old, Janette was 1000.

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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.

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Night in Question - S3-E10

Continuity mistake: The actor playing the bad guy apparently didn't stick to the script. What he says on the phone, telling Tracy where to meet him, and what she writes down for Nick to find later, don't match at all.

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Black Buddha (1) - S3-E1

Revealing mistake: When Nat enters Nick's loft from the lift, the bright lighting reveals that there is no break in the solid floor to allow the movement of a real elevator.

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Blood Money - S2-E17

Continuity mistake: When Sean sneaks back into the night club owner's office, we can see as he enters that there is no one in the left-hand side of the room. Yet, as Sean sits down at the desk, Walken somehow emerges from the left corner, which we have just seen was empty a moment before.

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Night in Question - S3-E10

Continuity mistake: The blood stain on Tracy's lapel changes its shape several times between takes.

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Night in Question - S3-E10

Plot hole: When LaCroix arrives at the amnesiac Nick's loft, Nick recognizes him as "the doctor from the hospital." But Nick was still comatose when LaCroix posed as a doctor and came to his room, so he shouldn't remember that particular "doctor."

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Blood Money - S2-E17

Continuity mistake: When Nick and Schanke begin interrogating Sean, the tape recorder on the desk isn't running. It's going a few shots later, though, even though no one's touched it to turn it on.

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If Looks Could Kill - S1-E20

Plot hole: At the Precinct after the second spa incident, Captain Stonetree refers to "two unexplained reflex murders in one night." But the first victim survived the attack - so there was only one murder, not two. A little worse than a simple character mistake, since he's the police captain and knows the case. Schanke gets it right later, when he says, "One murder and one attempted murder."

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Father's Day - S2-E7

Continuity mistake: During his fight with Constantine's henchmen, the bullet holes in the back of Nick's vest disappear and reappear several times between shots.

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If Looks Could Kill - S1-E20

Plot hole: In the morgue, Nick tells Nat that vampires disappear when they die. Not so in this series. "Forever Knight's" vampires, defying old movie clichés, remained stubbornly intact when staked, making Nick's statement here a glaring contradiction of canon.

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Blind Faith - S3-E5

Plot hole: In a major violation of series canon, this episode ends with the vampire doggie (a silly enough premise to begin with) bringing its owner across, a process previously established as complex enough to be far beyond even the smartest canine's capabilities.

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The Code - S2-E21

Continuity mistake: In the flashback, the level of whiskey in the bottle changes from 1/3 empty to nearly full and back again as the shots alternate.

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Curiouser & Curiouser - S2-E22

Revealing mistake: After Nick demands to be told what's going on, LaCroix leaves - but his reflection remains in the mirror for a few seconds after we hear the sound effect of his flying away.

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Francesca - S3-E20

Continuity mistake: While the doctor is playing the tape for Reese, Nick and Tracy, the Toronto Leafs hockey team coffee cup on Reese's desk is sitting with the leaf logo turned away from the camera and the hockey player art showing. A few shots later, though Reese isn't drinking any coffee and hasn't touched it, the cup turns itself so the leaf logo is now visible. A little later, it's turned back again.

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Only the Lonely - S1-E17

Continuity mistake: Nick gets a phone call telling him another murder victim has been found and that she's been dead for at least a week. In the very next scene, Schanke says that the victim "disappeared after a date last night."

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I Will Repay - S1-E10

Character mistake: Nick asks Janette if she's ever turned anyone else into a vampire - an odd question, considering the fact that he already knows she has. He was there when she brought the baroness across in the 18th Century flashback sequence for "If Looks Could Kill." It's even odder that Janette tells him she's never done it, since she knows that Nick knows she has. Apparently, the only one not in the know here was the scriptwriter.

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Cherry Blossoms - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: When Nick breaks into the old Chinese herbalist's warehouse, he twists and breaks a doorknob lock. But when he walks through to the inside, there's a latch-and-bar array instead of a knob. It's a completely different door.

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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.

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Night in Question - S3-E10

Visible crew/equipment: While Natalie is stocking Nick's kitchen with groceries, a shiny pot on the shelf over the stove captures a reflection of several crew members standing on the other side of the set.

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Ashes to Ashes - S3-E21

Revealing mistake: When LaCroix opens the box containing Divia's little "surprise," the severed head's eyes move slightly as the covering tissue paper is removed.

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The Games Vampires Play - S3-E15

Factual error: At the end, Nick recites the "you have the right to remain silent" spiel to Rita as he arrests her. Suspects in Canada, where this show is set, are not "read their rights." That's a U.S. law (the Miranda Act) and it isn't observed north of the border.

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The Human Factor - S3-E16

Revealing mistake: When Robert is shot, the car blowing up in the alley is sort of half an explosion, abruptly curtailed. Severely cold weather during shooting literally froze the cameras and left only a few seconds of usable footage. That snippet is repeated for effect, but the explosion still looks "cut off" because it is.

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Close Call - S2-E25

Continuity mistake: In the establishing shot of the epilogue, it's 9:10 on the clock outside the station. But in the very next shot, it's 7:10 on the clock inside.

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Baby Baby - S2-E24

Revealing mistake: At the episode's end, the sharp, moving background of nighttime Toronto from the top of the CN Tower suddenly shifts to a still, blurry (and glaringly obvious) matte image. The scene was partly shot atop the actual tower, but because high winds and sway made the location too dangerous, it was abandoned, and the bulk of the scene had to be shot in studio and processed.

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Near Death - S2-E23

Continuity mistake: The flashbacks here recount Nick's "bringing across." But for the second time in the series, the recap of this event contradicts the original pilot film version in that the characters have all changed costumes.

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Near Death - S2-E23

Continuity mistake: While Nick is interviewing Dr. Linsman, the position of his hands shifts (from lying flat on the desk to held up near his face) every time the camera angle changes.

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Can't Run, Can't Hide - S2-E10

Plot hole: In the underground bunker, Nick demands to know why the vampires in Vietnam are feeding on the children "when there are so many dead up there". Yet later in this same episode (as well as at other times in the series), it's stated that "Forever Knight's" vampires can't drink from the dead.

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Bad Blood - S2-E9

Factual error: At the very end, Bridget Hellman is buried with a fully-engraved headstone in one just one day's time (which happens only in tv & movies: the process takes months in real life... er, death). She also spontaneously returns as a vampire without being "brought across," a violation of series canon, and she comes back mysteriously sporting 3 times more hair than she had as a mortal.

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Killer Instinct - S2-E1

Factual error: The cop who arrests Nick reads him his Miranda rights ("You have the right to remain silent," etc.) But "Forever Knight" is set in Toronto. At last report, Toronto rather resolutely insists upon remaining in the sovereign nation of Canada, where the Miranda Act, a U.S. Federal law, is not observed.

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Love You to Death - S1-E23

Factual error: The supposed ballerina in this episode's flashback to 19th century France is not employing any real ballet steps or arm movements. All she's doing on stage is standing still and waving her arms in the air, performing something that looks rather more like semaphore than ballet.

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Fatal Mistake - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: The wooden plank with which Alexandra impales Nick completely changes angles (from flat side tilted left to flat side tilted right) between the time it strikes him and the time he pulls it out. It also appears to "grow" an inch or so wider than it was before.

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Fatal Mistake - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: The tow truck and the red van it's towing change positions at the alley's entrance between shots.

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If Looks Could Kill - S1-E20

Other mistake: Nick pronounces the plastic surgeon's name as "Yergen" in one scene and as "Jergen" in the next. At the end, she becomes Dr. "Yergen" again.

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Near Death - S2-E23

Plot hole: Dr. Linsman puts a heart monitor on Nick for the experiment, but for some bizarre reason, never questions why her "patient" has a resting heart rate of only one beat every ten minutes.

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Night in Question - S3-E10

Visible crew/equipment: When Natalie is telling the amnesia-stricken Nick that he's a vampire, an equipment shadow moves across the stove in the lower right hand corner of the screen.

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Fever - S3-E13

Continuity mistake: The clock on Natalie's lab wall jumps forward almost half an hour during a 2-minute conversation with Nick.

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The Human Factor - S3-E16

Plot hole: Throughout the first two seasons, Nick was always able to sense other vampires and to instantly differentiate between vampires and humans. Here, he inexplicably fails to detect that the returned Janette is now mortal. She has to tell him.

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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.

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Close Call - S2-E25

Continuity mistake: Though the camera angle doesn't change, the brightly lit Chinese-character sign on the wall outside the window moves several feet to the right between takes.

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Crazy Love - S2-E26

Continuity mistake: The flashbacks here contradict series canon. Nick's victim, Amaya, is shown to have been bitten (by him) several times. In every other instance, unless he had multiple captive ladies to "sip" from, Nick's bite was fatal in one go. In fact, it was a major recurring plot point that Nick "couldn't stop."

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Partners of the Month - S2-E18

Continuity mistake: Schanke's mother-in-law had previously been established as dead, yet Schanke's talking to her on the phone in this episode.

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Night in Question - S3-E10

Plot hole: Because he has no discernible vital signs, the wounded Nick is declared dead in the hospital. When he revives, he's rushed into surgery, where he'd surely have been reattached to a monitor. Somehow, though, no one on the medical staff notices that their patient still has no normal pulse or heartbeat.

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If Looks Could Kill - S1-E20

Factual error: Nick's '62 Cadillac had an attached police radio, but never had a car phone, nor the giant external antenna attachment they required in the early 90s. Yet Schanke somehow makes a call from Nick's "car phone" in this episode.

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Father's Day - S2-E7

Continuity mistake: The godfather's thugs storm Nick's loft and riddle him with bullets. We actually see the bullets coming out of his back, leaving holes in the back of the vest he wears. But when the "vamped out" Nick turns around to face the camera, there are no bullet holes in the front of his vest.

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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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