Torchwood

Torchwood (2006)

6 mistakes in season 3

Children of Earth: Day One - S3-E1

Revealing mistake: When the children are possessed by the 456, they're supposed to be frozen and stare blankly ahead. But during the second possession, as the camera is panning across a school playground, a boy on the far right is looking directly at it. As it moves closer to him, he swivels his eyes back to where they're supposed to be.

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Children of Earth: Day Two - S3-E2

Continuity mistake: When Gwen and Rhys are travelling to London in the lorry full of potatoes, Rhys picks up a potato in his right hand. However when the shot changes, he is holding it in his left hand.

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Children of Earth: Day Three - S3-E3

Factual error: Frobisher tells the 456 he is the Permanent Secretary of the Home Office of the "United Kingdom and Northern Ireland". It should be the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland is part of the UK.

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Children of Earth: Day Three - S3-E3

Factual error: Andrew Staines was a junior Scots Guards officer in the 1960s according to the Torchwood database. However, the photograph of him in that era shows him with a general's capbadge.

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Children of Earth: Day One - S3-E1

Character mistake: Lois says that Colonel Aduya's uniform "isn't British Army". In fact, it is entirely (and accurately) British Army with the exception of the small UNIT badge over the pocket.

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Children of Earth: Day One - S3-E1

Factual error: On the government database, Torchwood is described as being founded by HRH Queen Victoria. As a sovereign, she was actually HM (Her Majesty) not HRH (Her Royal Highness).

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