Sons of Anarchy

To Thine Own Self - S5-E11

Continuity mistake: When Jax and his crew meet up with a Hispanic gang to sell them guns and are outnumbered, they run in the station wagon. The run the station wagon through a gate and roll it, destroying the front end, but magically the station wagon's front end appears with little damage afterwards.

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J'ai Obtenu Cette - S5-E13

Continuity mistake: When Jax injects Wendy with the heroine in the previous episode, he puts the needle in the side of her shoulder, yet when she shows the bruise to Tara in this one, it's on the front.

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Crucifixed - S5-E10

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Otto kills the nurse with the crucifix, he breaks it off his neck (cross and necklace) In the shot when he stabs the nurse it is back on his neck.

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Sovereign - S5-E1

Continuity mistake: When Pope sets Dawn on fire, there's other bodies in there with her yet when she's running back and forth, they all have disappeared.

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Toad's Wild Ride - S5-E7

Continuity mistake: Frankie is staking out Unser's place when he starts up his 1979 T/A, then turns the corner to take off in a 1978 T/A.

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Gemma: Jesus! It smells like old socks and pussy in here.

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When Jax and his crew meet up with a Hispanic gang to sell them guns and are outnumbered, they run in the station wagon. The run the station wagon through a gate and roll it, destroying the front end, but magically the station wagon's front end appears with little damage afterwards.

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Stephen King has a cameo appearance where he plays a character named "Bachman" (one of the guys disposing of bodies). Richard Bachman is King's pseudonym he used for several of his novels.

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