Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

Vick's Chip (1) - S1-E8

Corrected entry: As the scene begins, we are looking through Cameron's eyes as she holds up a photo of a night cityscape framed by plants. She lowers the photo to reveal she is standing in the exact spot that the picture was taken. In both the photo and her view, the plants that frame the distant city are very well lit. But the shot changes to show Cameron turning to face camera and we see the plants are now in near-total darkness beyond her. (00:16:10)

johnrosa

Correction: A possible reason for the lighting change could be different times of day from picture to actual time Cameron visits the site.

The Turk - S1-E3

Corrected entry: In the scene when Cromartie is talking to the "skin biologist" he has his face covered by a mask. When he asks him "Can you do it?" you can see the mask being blown from inside. This is impossible, because Cromatrie has no flesh, furthermore he has no lungs to breathe. In all other scenes his mask is still. (00:22:35)

Correction: The movement of the mask is caused by the movement of Cromartie's jaw. Even if a Terminator doesn't currently have flesh, it still moves its jaw when speaking (as its infiltration programming doesn't change when "naked").

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