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Stop That World... - S3-E3

Revealing mistake: In "Stop That World, Series 3, when Barry gets thrown of the See-Saw by the globe, and Barry lands in Paul's arms. The first shot is of a dummy and quickly switches to the second shot of Barry. It is obvious they used a dummy to make it look like Barry was falling into Paul's arm before switching them quickly.

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Cycle Crazy - S3-E13

Revealing mistake: In "Cycle Crazy, Series 3, Paul rides through the tunnel on his bike only to ride out again when a big truck comes the same way. It is obvious that the shot of Paul and the lorry are two separate shots, because after Paul comes back out, the trees don't follow the same pattern as the previous shot. This also happens between the shots where Paul rides into the tunnel.

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Parks and Wreck-Reations - S3-E2

Revealing mistake: When Paul and Barry are chasing the lawnmower, just before they go out of shot, Paul stops, triggering the end of his cue.

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In the the episode "In-Console-Able" from series 19, in the kitchen when Paul accidentally puts custard and hundreds of thousands on a dinner, he puts the lid on it and when the camera zooms in you can see a cameraman with a camera recording and Barry getting ready for his take.

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Trivia

Suprisingly, Barry is older than Paul by about two years, even though Paul is much taller then he is.

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