When a police car pulls in front of the truck from a side-street, a shot from inside the truck’s cab just before the two collide shows the police car’s license plate reads ‘742JOU’, its unit number (on the C-pillar) is ‘82340’, and its trunk lock cylinder is missing. As the car spins out with its rear toward a camera, the plate now reads ‘103DLS’, the unit number becomes ‘82199’ and the lock cylinder is back.

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When a police car pulls in front of the truck from a side-street, a shot from inside the truck’s cab just before the two collide shows the police car’s license plate reads ‘742JOU’, its unit number (on the C-pillar) is ‘82340’, and its trunk lock cylinder is missing. As the car spins out with its rear toward a camera, the plate now reads ‘103DLS’, the unit number becomes ‘82199’ and the lock cylinder is back.

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During this episode, Jack injures his left shoulder playing football and has to wear a sling the entire time. Every single time Jack is shown, he is wearing a blue sling on his left arm, with the supporting strap across his right shoulder (to provide diagonal support), except once. During the party scene when Jack is talking to Dawson - the blue sling is suddenly over his right arm, with the supporting strap across his left shoulder.

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During this episode, Jack injures his left shoulder playing football and has to wear a sling the entire time. Every single time Jack is shown, he is wearing a blue sling on his left arm, with the supporting strap across his right shoulder (to provide diagonal support), except once. During the party scene when Jack is talking to Dawson - the blue sling is suddenly over his right arm, with the supporting strap across his left shoulder.

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When Emma and Mr Knightley kiss for the first time near the end, they are both tilting their heads to the right when the camera angle is from Emma’s perspective. Then, the instant the camera changes to Mr Knightley’s perspective, they are suddenly tilting their heads to the left.

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When Emma and Mr Knightley kiss for the first time near the end, they are both tilting their heads to the right when the camera angle is from Emma’s perspective. Then, the instant the camera changes to Mr Knightley’s perspective, they are suddenly tilting their heads to the left.

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When Peter is pouring out more red wine for Lee in the Wash & Dine, in the first shot he is holding the wine bottle with one hand, but in the next shot he is gripping it with both hands.

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When Peter is pouring out more red wine for Lee in the Wash & Dine, in the first shot he is holding the wine bottle with one hand, but in the next shot he is gripping it with both hands.

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Zapp Brannigan’s medal doesn’t appear on his uniform until Leela arrives, and it disappears again after he shows it off.

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Zapp Brannigan’s medal doesn’t appear on his uniform until Leela arrives, and it disappears again after he shows it off.

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In the opening action sequence, one of the sense-offenders slams wide the front doors of the hideout and begins firing at the police. The camera cuts to the police, who immediately open fire; when we cut back to the sense-offender being riddled by bullets, the hideout doors are securely closed behind him.

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In the opening action sequence, one of the sense-offenders slams wide the front doors of the hideout and begins firing at the police. The camera cuts to the police, who immediately open fire; when we cut back to the sense-offender being riddled by bullets, the hideout doors are securely closed behind him.

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Unable to make his shadow stick Peter is upset and when Wendy surprises him he zooms up to the ceiling and bangs his head. In this shot the light fixture hangs flush with the ceiling under a decorative medallion around the base. Later, when Peter floats to the ceiling after John says, ‘You offend reason sir’ the fixture now hangs way down on a very long chain.

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Unable to make his shadow stick Peter is upset and when Wendy surprises him he zooms up to the ceiling and bangs his head. In this shot the light fixture hangs flush with the ceiling under a decorative medallion around the base. Later, when Peter floats to the ceiling after John says, ‘You offend reason sir’ the fixture now hangs way down on a very long chain.

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When Obi-wan gets on the intercom with R2 the first time on Grievous’ ship, as it cuts to R2 backing up against the corner hiding from the droids we can see that there is no light casting his shadow. When it cuts to R2 again two shots later, bright light suddenly appears, casting his shadow.

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When Obi-wan gets on the intercom with R2 the first time on Grievous’ ship, as it cuts to R2 backing up against the corner hiding from the droids we can see that there is no light casting his shadow. When it cuts to R2 again two shots later, bright light suddenly appears, casting his shadow.

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In the scene where Mr. Pink is running away from the police, he gets hit by a car. He pulls the woman out of the car and leaves the bag on the ground. The shot changes to the police, then back to him and the bag is gone even though he’s still trying to open the door.

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In the scene where Mr. Pink is running away from the police, he gets hit by a car. He pulls the woman out of the car and leaves the bag on the ground. The shot changes to the police, then back to him and the bag is gone even though he’s still trying to open the door.

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John Noble’s name is misspelled in its second appearance in the SEV credits. It is correct in its initial appearance (the fades with the fancy font). However, in the short list of where the actors are listed with their character’s name, it is spelled ‘John Nogle.’

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John Noble’s name is misspelled in its second appearance in the SEV credits. It is correct in its initial appearance (the fades with the fancy font). However, in the short list of where the actors are listed with their character’s name, it is spelled ‘John Nogle.’

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