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  • TV shows may be seen as small-scale siblings to movies, but they require just as many cast

  • and crew to tell their own stories the best way possible. That means writers, actors,

  • camera operators and crew members working in perfect unison. Unsurprisingly, things

  • don’t always go as plannedbut the viewers get to enjoy the results all the same. Here

  • are Screen Rant’s Biggest Mistakes in Popular TV Shows.

  • Lost

  • One look at modern television shows just how much ABC's Lost changed the game, delivering

  • clues, hints, twists and massive conspiracies from week to week. As a result, fans regularly

  • re-watched the early episodes to see just how much they'd missed. Online discussion

  • exploded when viewers took a closer look at the pilot episode, as the survivors of Oceanic

  • Flight 815 took cover from an exploding jet engine. Specifically, the swooping black object

  • that seemed to trigger the explosion. Was it the island's smoke monster? Another creature

  • yet to be revealed, or the mystery that would explain all others. The showrunner were finally

  • forced to explain that it was only a mistake: an error in the CG effect. Fans had to look

  • elsewhere for answers.

  • Firefly

  • It may have lived for less than a single season, but that didn't stop Joss Whedon's Firefly

  • from becoming a cult hit. In the years since it originally aired, fans have had no choice

  • but to watch their favorite adventures on repeat, learning every detail and building

  • a series' worth of fiction out of a handful of episodes. But we're willing to bet one

  • mistake might have slipped by. The pilot episode is capped off by a deadly escape from a ship

  • full of murderous Reavers, due mainly to the skills of the crew's pilot, Wash. When the

  • ship is home free, Wash relaxes - but it's clear that he's only *pretending* to be gripping

  • the steering wheel. He may steer the ship with his mind, but the episode also shows

  • he relies on crew members, not gas, to run the ship's mule.

  • Supernatural

  • When dealing with demons, exorcisms and magic hexes, some mistakes are bound to happen.

  • Most of Supernatural’s errors are easy to miss, but a few are easy to spot for those

  • paying close attention. When Sam and Dean Winchester are tracking down a haunted painting

  • in the first season, Dean gets his brother's attention with a different name - not the

  • character's, but actor Jared Padelecki's. A slip-up that small is one thing, but the

  • brothers cast serious doubt on their exorcism skills when chasing a demon onto a commercial

  • airliner. Deciding holy water is too extreme to detect a demon in flight, Sam has a better

  • idea. Actually, it’s “Deus.” Not only isChristothe word for Christ, not

  • God, it's Greek, not Latin. Thankfully, the demon apparently didn't know the difference.

  • The Big Bang Theory

  • When the cast of your show is described as a group of know-it-all geniuses, writing the

  • script becomes a minefield of inaccuracies that could truly sell the characters short.

  • It’s possible that Sheldon could misquote the rules of feeding Mogwai after midnight

  • in the movieGremlins”. But hearing Amy explain that the Viennese Danish was invented

  • in Denmark makes it clear that another fact-checker was needed on set. But even within the show’s

  • history, the writers have forgotten, or simply ignored prior storylines. As just one example,

  • the hypochondriac Leonard can’t drink wine, except for the times he does. And even more

  • dramatically, Sheldon tells Penny early on in the series that none of his roommates know

  • how to dance, later breaking out his best moves that he apparently mastered in his youth.

  • The cast may claim to have flawless memories, but it seems the writers can’t keep up.

  • Breaking Bad

  • When series creator Vince Gilligan decided to set his tale of a chemistry teacher turned

  • drug kingpin in the year 2007, he did it knowing that some pop culture references would be

  • off the table. For most of the series, the timeline was simple enough to follow, with

  • time in the show passing much slower. But that led to one particular mistake in the

  • show’s fifth season, when a character made a direct reference to the death of Osama bin

  • Laden. Unfortunately, the show was still set in 2010 at the latestseveral months before

  • bin Laden’s death took place. The creator had to admit it was a mistake, but in a show

  • with so few, it can be forgiven.

  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer

  • For every actor in a given shot, there are dozens of crew members and camera men working

  • just off screen. It’s no surprise then that that some will wander into frame from time

  • to time. Viewers may be shocked to see just how many crew members slip by unnoticed, but

  • one cameraman on the set of Buffy the Vampire Slayer stuck out worse than almost any other.

  • When the show’s fourth season saw Buffy’s longtime nemesis Faith wake from a coma and

  • seek revenge at the Summers house, a fight broke out, with the two Slayers quickly coming

  • to blows. The camera tracks them both as they go tumbling down a staircase, before the opposite

  • angle shows the cameraman responsible for the previous shot, impossible to miss on screen.

  • Different editions of the show have been tweaked to keep him out of frame, but with a cameo

  • this glamorous, we say he deserves a supporting actor credit.

  • Friends

  • You can’t stay on the air for ten seasons without re-using a few plot lines or jokes.

  • But usually, it isn’t the same characters caught up in them. When Chandler and Monica

  • wind up waiting for a table at an upscale restaurant, she suggests Chandler slip the

  • host a bill slyly concealed inside his palm. Chandler can’t pull it off, but suspects

  • it was no problem for Monica’s suave ex-boyfriend Richard (played by Tom Selleck). That’s

  • exactly where she learned the trickbut Chandler should know that. After all, it was

  • Richard who taught both Chandler and Joey to do the same five seasons before. Chandler

  • forgetting the steps is fine, but the writers feeling such a tiny joke was worth telling

  • twice is the real mystery.

  • Battlestar Galactica

  • Few sci-fi revivals can claim to be as successful as Battlestar Galactica, with the second season

  • of the series ramping up the tension, stakes, and drama substantially. Character deaths

  • and betrayals were everywhereapparently, the crew thought viewers wouldn’t notice

  • some hilarious mistakes amid all the chaos. When Helo and the Chief first let off steam

  • by throwing some punches, they did so with an audience. Why the camera crew visible in

  • the frame was necessary for the shot is a mystery, but it wasn’t even the most obvious

  • mistake in the season. When President Roslin was re-elected, her campaign staff didn’t

  • even notice the cameraman capturing the moment for viewers to witness all the way back on

  • Earth.

  • So what do you think of our list? Did we miss any great mistakes or bloopers in your favorite

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