Other mistake: When Nicholas shoots himself, both him and Glenn fall with their feet facing the dumpster, and their heads facing the walkers. However, when they cut to the shot of presumably Nicholas being eaten, we see Glenn's head facing the dumpster. This does not make any sense. Glenn would have had to do a complete 180 turn before landing, or move around without being detected by walkers. In fact, the way they landed does not make complete sense at all. Another possible explanation could be that there are two dumpsters, but none is seen. The fence seen when Glenn and Nicholas climb on top has also disappeared.
Plot hole: Diana in her final scene is seen shooting her last bullets at the walkers that are offscreen, moving toward her, so suicide was not an option, meaning the walkers would have eaten her until she died, becoming a walker. And yet her body is completely clean when her son and Michone discover her in walker form. Blood free (even on her clothes) and fully intact, no chunks of her missing, no bite marks.
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).
Continuity mistake: In the scene in the garage near the beginning of the episode where the characters are gathering supplies, the sun is on them in one shot. In the reverse shot, they are dark and the sun is no longer shining into the garage. Then back to them, it is again.
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