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In the first scene, a man watches a nature program on TV with the audio and picture mismatched. The scenes shown on the TV are of lounging cheetahs, but the narrator is describing the actions of wildebeests around a watering hole.
In the scene when Sam and Dean go to the graveyard and dig up Clay's grave there is a hole in his coffin where he escaped. However, there is no dirt, despite the fact that the coffin was underground covered in dirt.
When Sam is about to start preparing his salad shake in the diner, he places the plastic fork upside down between his teeth. In the close-up less than a second later, the fork is the other way up.
At the beginning of the episode where Gary/Sam is in the bar drinking the banana daiquiri, the levels of the beverage go up and down from scene to scene.
There are several "errors" exist that are typically found in body-switching-type episodes of this sort, but are unavoidable because of either dramatic necessity to make things clear to the audience (Sam's voice instead of Gary's being heard when Dean plays back his messages), the fact that ultimately these are actors performing roles (sight lines), or to avoid distracting the audience (clothing that fits regardless of body).
The "Sam and Dean" characters on the covers of the Supernatural books look and dress drastically different from the real Sam and Dean, yet the fans all show up dressed like the real Sam and Dean.
When Dean is shot, the bullet wound is on the left side of his back. When he falls to his knees, however, the wound is on the right side.
In the scene where Dean is testing the joy buzzer on the ham, he raises the shield on his safety glasses in shock when he turns to speak to Sam, but in the next cut when Dean goes to take them off his head the shield is back down again.
The lady's name in the show is "Consuela", but the actual name is "Consuelo". Besides, she claims to be from El Salvador but her accent sounds Caribbean.
When the brothers are questioning the maid, she says that the suspect had "bigotes" which means a mustache. However, Sam translates that as beard which is "barba" in Spanish. The maid should have said "barba" so it would make sense.
Although the episode is set in River Pass, Colorado, in the scene where Sam and Dean are confronting one of the horsemen, a Canada Post mailbox can be seen on the right-hand side of the screen.
At the end, when Sam goes to leave, he lifts his right leg over the bench to get up in the far shot. Then in the second close shot after that, he lifts it over again.
Trivia: When Sam and Dean were flipping through radio stations and finally gave up after hearing nothing but reports of impending disasters, the time on the clock was 11:58PM. Iron Maiden released a song in 1984 called Two Minutes to Midnight which told a story of how mankind's penchant of war would result in his destruction.
When Becky finds Sam and Dean at the hotel, she calls Sam "Sam Winchester". Last season, when the guys meet Chuck, he states that he didn't include their last name in the books.
It looks that the time gap that separates this episode and the previous one is very short. At the end of the previous episode, Dean was heavily battered and bruised by Sam. However, at the beginning of this episode there's no sign of any bruises.
At the very beginning of the episode we see Sam brushing his teeth. However, when he talks to Dean there is no sign of toothpaste in or around his mouth at all.
It's never made clear why the ghouls take so long to kill Sam. They have several opportunities throughout the episode when he's essentially alone and they can dispose of him when Dean is nowhere nearby, but instead they leave him alone.
When the female bartender pours Dean the beer and sits the glass in front of him, the amount of head and the level of beer in the glass changes dramatically from one shot to the next before he even takes his first sip.
Despite his intimate knowledge of the Winchesters, and the fact that in several of his visions their faces are shown, Chuck doesn't recognize Sam and Dean on sight when they arrive at his doorstep.
Chuck asks if they had to live through the ghost ship. However, "Red Sky at Morning" wasn't one of the 24 published books. No explanation is given for why Chuck didn't publish that book (or any of the other 35 missing titles from the list of books seen), even though Dean says they cover "everything."
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