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When T.J. says "I was embarrassed that I had just fake shit," close-captioning reads "fake (bleep)" as if they had meant to censor it.
When the flashback of the scene in which executive producer Anthony Ross tells everyone that the frog is dead plays, close-captioning credits the line to Sean. (Sean Travis, director, apparently)
After the point at which Cammy begins talking about being in the sex video, the close-caption feed on the original brodacast cuts out and remains out for the rest of the program.
When the actor who played Molly's boyfriend gave his name to Matt, close-captioning read "Ryan Raddis," but the correct spelling is Ryan Raddatz.
During the closing credits, there was a song about the show, but a large portion of it couldn't be heard, at least on the original broadcast because Spike TV chose to play a promo for CSI over top of it. Nevertheless, close-captioning revealed the lyrics to the song. Future rebroadcasts were also "promoed-over." The song can be heard in its entirety on the uncensored DVD.
When Hutch says "FYI, I pissed in the whirlpool last night," close-captioning reads "FYI, screw you people."
During the dinner segment before the last commercial break, close-captioning ran a bit ahead of the audio.
When Ralph is telling Gina that it's time to leave and that the house has voted, close-captioning incorrectly gives his name as "Frank."