Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

Queen's Gambit - S1-E5

Revealing mistake: Look at Summer Glau's face when she jumps off the Jeep onto the black van and punches the windshield to throw the driver out - it isn't Summer Glau. It's her stunt double, Sonja Munsterman. It isn't even Lena Headey driving the Jeep or Thomas Dekker sitting in the back.

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Queen's Gambit - S1-E5

Revealing mistake: When the T-888 throws Cameron out of the back of the black van, it isn't Summer Glau. It's Sonja Munsterman, her stunt double. Her breasts are a lot bigger than Summer Glau's and if you watch the shot frame-by-frame you can see Sonja's face.

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Gnothi Seauton - S1-E2

Revealing mistake: When Cameron and the other Terminator fall through the window, the wall that they crash into indents on impact.

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What He Beheld (2) - S1-E9

Revealing mistake: When the FBI agents are thrown into the pool, you can see, at the very end, when one is "falling" down to the bottom, that bubbles are entering one's mouth, showing that one was actually rising and the video was reversed.

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Ep. "Samson and Delilah" - All shots of the Jeep Cherokee prior to it crashing (and during the process of flipping over) show that it wears factory-optional silver steel wheels of a 'star' style. But as the wreck settles upside-down, it's wearing plain steel wheels (like those found under full wheel covers or on a spare tire).

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Cameron meets a prototype robot that smiles and waves at her in in the exhibition outside the chess tournament. Briefly visible on its control screen, alongside basic commands, is the word "BladeRunner", a reference to the classic sci-fi film which also features a dystopian future populated by humanoid robots.

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