When Michael, Alex, and Maria examine the camera in the kitchen, Maria turns to her right, the camera view shows her facing forward and swaying to her left, then cut back to her face and she's still facing to her right.
When the gang goes over to Tess' house to rescue Liz why is it suddenly really dark, when Liz arrived in daylight?
When Tess is inviting Liz into her house the boom mic can be clearly seen in the middle of the top of the screen.
During the scene at Buckley Point between Max, Michael, Liz, Isabel, Maria, Alex - Sheriff Valenti and Nasedo (as Dr Margolyn) Michael's hands are in one shot at his sides and in the next in his pockets.
TRIVIA: Featured music in this episode -
Picture Perfect by Angel Via
TRIVIA: This is Emilie de Ravin's first appearance on the series.
When Max and Liz got back from the desert they were talking in Max's jeep outside the UFO center, across the street from the Crashdown. They continued to talk as they walked across the street and over to the Crashdown. When they walked into the Crashdown their parents seemed shocked to see them. This makes no sense though because the parents were looking for Max and Liz - there's no way none of them looked out the window at all during all that time Max and Liz were outside.
When Liz and Max are first seen sleeping and the shadow moves over them, the stone they found is smooth side up and the symbol is not visible. In the next shot of the pair when they wake up, the symbol on the stone is now clearly shown.
When Max and Liz are in the back of the Crashdown kissing, in one scene his hair is flat, the next it's ruffled, the next it's flat, the next it's ruffled, and this continues.
Twice during Maria and her mother's conversation about Valenti Maria turns away, but the next shot shows her looking at her mother again.
Early in Amy and Valenti's conversation in his office, Amy's arms change continually from at her sides to crossed in front of her to gesturing.
TRIVIA: Majandra Delfino (Maria) actually sings "In the Air Tonight" in this episode. The year this episode aired she released her own album, "The Sicks".
On the rooftop outside Liz's bedroom, Max explains that the alcohol isn't wearing off. Liz sighs and looks down, then suddenly is looking back at Max.
In the closeup, the burning picture curls forward, but in the wider shot as Nasedo drops it into the flames, it is warped backward.
When Max is drunk on Liz's balcony, he draws a heart with his and Liz's initials in it. Then he lights it with his hand. Later, while Maria's singing, they show a flashback of him lighting it with the opposite hand.
While Liz is talking to Maria and Alex she does not have rubber gloves on while mopping the floor. When the radio station enters the cafe, Liz is all of a sudden wearing the gloves.
At the beginning of his interview with Jonathan Frakes, Larry skips from looking over his right shoulder to looking over his left shoulder.
Throughout the scene where Max drives Hubble, the background keeps changing speeds depending on which actor the camera is facing. It's slowest behind Max, faster behind Hubble, and fastest in the shots that have neither. Also in some shots they are driving into the sunset and in others the sunset is behind them.
Hubble describes pulling into the Peppers Cafe, then turns to Max and says accusingly, "You know that, don't you?" In the next shot, he's facing forward again.
Max tackles Hubble, who loses his grip on the gun as they drop to the ground, but the sound of the gun hitting the ground occurs slightly after the shot where it does so. Moreover, Hubble is still holding the gun tightly as Max tackles him, but it has somehow traveled several feet and completely stopped moving by the time they hit the ground less than a second later.
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teen angst, 90s, characters with hidden agendas, the search for home, fight for survival