Factual error: When Rick has given Andrea his revolver to end her life, he leaves the room with the others to leave Andrea and Michonne alone. The next thing you see is Rick, Tyrese and Daryl waiting outside the room. You hear the gun go off and then you hear a tinkle as a shell casing hits the floor (noticeably "lighter" than the sound the revolver would make when dropped). Revolvers do not eject a shell casing.Orrie-Nay Algoust-Fay
Factual error: Ten minutes into the episode, where they're setting up their police-blockade, a cop makes a remark about being in some TV-show when Rick Grimes replies with: "Make sure you've got a round in the chamber and your safety off". Next we see the first cop checking his gun (a Glock) for a round in the chamber and we see him flicking his thumb across the gun's slide catch: not a safety-lever. Glocks don't have an external safety, so the cop cannot flick a safety-lever like in the episode. (00:10:10)
Factual error: In the opening scene and throughout, young Sam Anderson, cloistered in his bedroom, is presumably listening to a crackly 45 rpm copy of Nick Lucas crooning his 1929 hit, Tiptoe Through the Tulips. In reality, the disc with gold/blue label spinning on Sam's turntable is not the song playing. The original Tiptoe was released in 1929 on 78 rpm vinyl by Brunswick Records, and was finally pressed on vinyl 45 by Accent Records in 1974 (solid robin egg blue label however, not gold/blue).
Factual error: When Lilly comes across the Governor's body, she points her 1911 at him. In one shot, we see her from behind with the hammer forward on her 1911. In the next shot she immediately kills the Governor by shooting him. A 1911 will not fire unless the hammer is back. (00:49:00 - 00:50:00)