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On segment 1, the race car is number 150 and is portrayed as a Busch Grand National car. #150 is not a valid number and the car is a late model car, as well as the missing spoiler, which makes it a stock rear end.
Last Rites is - accourding to snopes.com - an old "Urban Legend". See http://www.snopes.com/luck/will.asp
In the scene where the younger brother takes off, the sun is setting starting and to turn orange. But yet in the next scene where the guys come to rough the older brother up the sun is shining very brightly and is very white.
Did anyone else notice that in "Used Car Salesman," the dealership's sign says "We'll Beat Anybody Price." Shouldn't it be "Anybody's"?
In the principal's office, a boom-mic can clearly be seen for a few seconds. This is the last scene, when the principal sees his car has been painted.
In "The Wooden Chair" story, a scene from "The Plane" is used when George's friend Eric was piloting his plane and he crashed.
In 'grave sitting' it is clear to see the womans coat is off the ground when she stabs the grave, however later on, it's said she stabbed her coat into the grave.
The wrestler Dirk in "The Wrestler" was played by Legendary Wrestler Terry Funk
The stories in this episode which claimed to be based on 'fact' are: The Plane; The Gun; and The Portrait.
The Pass and The Caller were 'works of pure fiction'.
The clips at the end (where they tell you if it's fact or fiction), "The Vault" had the mysterious lady walking out, while the real woman walked in, as she left the door open for her. But in the actual segment, this did not happen. The mysterious lady walked out first, while the real woman had to ring the buzzer for the door.