Has anyone else noticedthat they cock guns on TV shows way too often? Near the end of this week's episode, when Michael is pointing his gun at Rebecca, he suddenly chambers a round (I'm guessing for dramatic effect). Why didn't his gun already have a round in the chamber?
I've seen characters on TV shows rack pump-action shotguns two or three times without firing a round. You only need to rack a shotgun once, and you certainly wouldn't do it right before you plan to shoot.
It's funny, I don't mind things that are wildly unrealistic in TV shows and movies (I thought it was pretty cool when Bruce Willis did that motorcycle jump to the helicopter in"Live Free or Die Hard") because that's what makes them fun, but I find the small inaccuracies to be annoying.