Welcome 600/601, nice username.
I actually don't care if there are mistakes in malcolm in the middle it is still the best series on the planet
In Reese comes home, you can see that in some shots in a kitchen scene, there is some random kid standing in for Dewey who looks nothing like him.
In 2x05 Casino, shortly after an explosion, a piece of equipment and a hand is visible at the right of the screen.
"Well, if I am such a genius, how come that I am drunk and lost in the desert with a bullet in my ass?"
What contradictions throughout the show, such as the following, have you noticed?
Note: Production errors and mistakes do not belong here.
Noted Note: That above note is my attempt to justify a hastily created thread. There were no search results for "contradiction," but of course I'd forget to look at the stickies.
Post Script?: This can definitely be merged.
Salutations: As this first post supports, I'm new. Hey there!
Hal - (talking to Francis) "...I've never been dumped."
Hal - (confronting his dad) "...when my girlfriend dumped me..."
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I think that the Peanuts sign was proving that the woman was being prejudice.
I wonder how weird and distracting those widescreen versions can be, as the show was meant for the traditional 4x3 originally. Someone on Tumblr noticed this goof on a Netflix broadcast. You can totally see Erik Per Sullivan's stand-in in this shot from the start of episode 6x01, Reese Comes Home!
Now, that's distracting! It would never have passed the original final cut. There are similar goofs earlier on in this thread of visible crew members, spotlights, mikes and scrims (the screens that deflect or soften the light).
I wonder, isn't there anyone in charge of adjusting the image in case of these goofs, like blowing up a certain part of it, or perhaps do a little CGI?
Found on http://kingsley-klyn.tumblr.com/
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All the people are so happy now, their heads are caving in.
I'm glad they are a snowman with protective rubber skin.
Bei▀ mein' Schorf, Blasenloch!