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I spotted the empty glass of water in Déjà vu, and the loose front door in the New Gas Cooker Sketch.


But Eric biting the scythe in THG doesn't count as a mistake for me. If he hadn't commented on it, I would never have known.

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What about when Eric says stuff like "Allow me to introduce mysmelf" and "Real guns, sir. Not proper ones-not toy ones, sir. Proper ones, sir." And there's another I noticed (also Eric) but I can't remember what it was, darn it. Anyway, would those be bloopers?

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What about when Eric says stuff like "Allow me to introduce mysmelf" and "Real guns, sir. Not proper ones-not toy ones, sir. Proper ones, sir." And there's another I noticed (also Eric) but I can't remember what it was, darn it. Anyway, would those be bloopers?


yep if they say that stuff by mistake and its not intended, definetly throw it in and i will compile it with all the other stuff. :D


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Do you mean like who spotted the blooper? or something else?


yeah, who spotted it. Unless it is a widely known one, eg Mike in biggus dickus or Eric biting the knife to stop himself laughing in HG.

still havent gotten around to checking the anne elk one yet. But i shall.

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What about when Eric says stuff like "Allow me to introduce mysmelf" and "Real guns, sir. Not proper ones-not toy ones, sir. Proper ones, sir." And there's another I noticed (also Eric) but I can't remember what it was, darn it. Anyway, would those be bloopers?



ooooh! I remember them!
Good thinking.

If anyone was wondering where they are - "allow me to introduce mysmelf" - end of hitting-on-the-head-lessons sketch.
"not proper ones...not toy ones sir, proper ones sir" is just before the army protection racket. I'd like to leave the army please, sir, its dangerous!

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As I was checking them bloopers, thinking it must be very hard to notice those things I accidentally spotted in the 'There's been a murder' that John starts smiling when Mike says 'classified information' :D


hmm, i just watched this, and i am undecided as to whether it really counts.

What is anyone else's opinion?


I didn't really see it, i think john kinda smiles while looking at graham.. hmm.


After rewatching it today I agree it's not a blooper, just a subtle smile.

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When John has a discussion with three dead people, you can see most of them are still breathing.

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When John has a discussion with three dead people, you can see most of them are still breathing.


Yeah, I've noticed that too. The dead guys could've done better at holding thier breath.

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Episode 21: the rats on the left of the screen are clearly on one wire. And of course, there's lost of historical errors on that scene, the vacuum cleaner, Shakespeare's sink, the doorbells, the bicycle, the record player, the sandwhich spread, the peanut butter, the automatic gun used for shooting the rats, I don't think he ever lived in Münich at all (but I am not absolutely sure of that last statement).

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Do you mean like who spotted the blooper? or something else?


yeah, who spotted it. Unless it is a widely known one, eg Mike in biggus dickus or Eric biting the knife to stop himself laughing in HG.


Yeah i can do that. You might have to remind me at some parts. :wink:

Keep em coming guys, I will have the everything properly sorted in a few days and i'll keep on adding as i go along.


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Still think Eric biting isn't a blooper. It prevented him from nearly laughing, so it's an almost-blooper from where I am standing.

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French film (garbage dumps): the cigarette isn't lit.

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Same episode: the familiar 16ton weight now seems to be damaged at the top.

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