Alias Smith and Jones

Alias Smith and Jones (1971)

1 plot hole in The McCreedy Bust

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The McCreedy Bust - S1-E2

Plot hole: Early in the episode, the sheriff starts going through his pile of wanted posters. According to the story line, 18 days then pass. At the end, the sheriff, standing in the exact same position and wearing the same clothes, is just finishing his search through the posters.

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