Under the Dome

Under the Dome (2013)

5 corrected entries in season 1

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Pilot - S1-E1

Corrected entry: When Linda Esquivel touches the dome, she wore her walkie-talkie, which didn't explode (like Duke's pacemaker, Junior's flashlight, etc). (00:15:35)

Joseph-Marc

Correction: Duke's pacemaker and Junior's flashlight were both 'attached' to their bodies (in Duke's chest, and in Jr's hand). Linda's walkie was not attached to her body (skin or flesh or muscle).

DavidRTurner

Pilot - S1-E1

Corrected entry: When the dome first comes down a cow is split in half. If you look at the split side of the cow which is outside the dome, the entire cow is just a piece of red meat. There are no entrails or organs showing.

wolfman

Correction: It's not just red meat and there are entrails and organs. However, the Dome cut all the blood vessels, so everything is covered in blood, giving it the complete red look.

Bishop73

Season 1 generally

Corrected entry: The dome is windproof. How can the wind rattle the leaves in the trees?

Correction: It was shown in the first episode that air (and wind) could enter the dome, but at a much reduced rate. The dome is not windproof, or impervious to air, otherwise the town would have suffocated before long.

Pilot - S1-E1

Corrected entry: The pieces and parts of the airplane which crashed into the dome on the outside, fall to the ground on the inside.

RichardBeemer

Correction: The airplane was inside the dome when it crashed.

scaryterri Premium member

Let the Games Begin - S1-E10

Corrected entry: A few episodes earlier there was a gunfight over Ollie Densmore's water, but in this episode we find out that there is a freshwater lake under the dome.

Correction: Fresh water doesn't mean drinkable water. A lot of lake water is polluted by boat motor exhaust (and we see Big Jim, for one, using a boat and motor), flora or fauna, or something like in the Valley I live in, selenium or other minerals which, in too high concentrations, are detrimental to health. Long story short, the lake water would likely have to be treated to be drinkable, and we aren't shown whether there is a water treatment facility in Chester's Mill.

rswarrior

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