Hawaii Five-O

...And I Want Some Candy and a Gun That Shoots - S4-E6

Continuity mistake: Danno boards the helicopter wearing a brown suit, but arrives wearing a Hawaiian shirt. When he gets out of the aircraft a few shots later, though, he's back in the brown suit, with no time to have changed.

Jean G

While You're at It, Bring in the Moon - S4-E19

Continuity mistake: McGarrett approaches the Governor's office building wearing a light blue suit, but enters the lobby wearing a dark navy blue one. (00:27:05)

Jean G

Skinhead - S4-E18

Continuity mistake: McGarrett leaves the parking lot driving a two-door Ford Mercury, but arrives at the crime scene in a newer, four-door model. (00:07:25)

Jean G

Odd Man In - S4-E14

Continuity mistake: At the end, Filer puts his jacket on, and the left side of his shirt collar is sticking out above the coat. Every time the camera angle changes, though, the shirt collar is neatly tucked in. (00:49:00)

Jean G

The Ninety-Second War (2) - S4-E17

Continuity mistake: When Vogler stands in the doorway talking to Danno, the position of his arms alternates with each change of shot, from down at his sides to propped at 90-degree angles on his hips. (00:42:05)

Jean G

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