Hawaii Five-O

You Don't Have To Kill To Get Rich -- But It Helps. - S5-E3

Revealing mistake: When the shot pans to its feet, the dead body floating in the water can be seen to wiggle its toes.

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Little Girl Blue - S5-E20

Revealing mistake: During the bunker siege, footage recycled from an earlier episode creates the sudden appearance of a white station wagon parked beside the police cruisers that isn't there in all the other shots.

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You Don't Have To Kill To Get Rich -- But It Helps. - S5-E3

Revealing mistake: We see the body of Karen Bell 30 fathoms underwater, with her feet tied to a concrete block. But just before the shot cuts, the "corpse" wiggles its toes.

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Fools Die Twice - S5-E6

Revealing mistake: A loud, fierce gun battle rages between dozens of 5-0 sharpshooters, Army MPs and the desperadoes inside the payroll office. Amidst all the high-powered rifle fire, a woman in a blue dress strolls casually by in the background, well within bullet range, and never even turns her head to see what all the ruckus is about. Gee, you'd think colossal shooting wars broke out on her block every day.

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