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Goof: the front (& likely rear) tire on Daryl's bike changes from a dirt bike tire (when on the farm) to a street tire (outside of the farm)
The Public Works that Shane and Rick bring Randall to exist in the fictional Mert County, Georgia. In reality, the site is in Griffen, Spalding County, Georgia.
From the opening scene, most of the Atlanta survivors stayed down at the barn. But when Glenn, Rick and Shane followed Herschel up to his house, there was no one down at the barn but the dead Walkers. The next scene showing the barn had them all down their again.
After the opening credits, the scene opens up with a shot of a windmill. The windmill is from the Aermotor Company that sells windmills like that to pump water out of the ground.
The total number of Walkers in Herschel's barn was 15: twelve neighbors, two of Herschel's relations and Sophia.
During the scene where Maggie is being attacked by the Walker and Glenn comes to the rescue, keep an eye outside. You will see a man handling the horses outside the store.
As Daryl hallucinates talking to his brother, the dirt on Daryl's face changes position from shot to shot.
The Cherokee Rose primary time to bloom is in the early spring with bright green leaves. However, the flower is capable of blossoming in the fall under good conditions. Given the condition of the plant Daryl finds, the timeframe of the show is set in the fall.
If you look at the banners behind Shane and Otis in the gym, you will see that the school they are at has the initials C.H.S. and has a Cougar as a mascot. In reality, the school used for these scenes is Newnan High School (NHS) that does have the Cougar as their mascot.
Goof (though possible explanation): The suicide that ended up as a Walker had its legs eaten at by other zombies. It's made clear in the series that the zombies only eat the living and not the dead. He had time to produce a noose, get up a tree and jump so there shouldn't have been any Walkers nearby while he died.
It's possible the camper was chased up the tree by walkers or walkers caught up to him by the time he was ready to hang himself, so once he jumped the walkers would've started eating away at him, and likely stopped when the body lost the scent that attracts walkers - body heat/etc - likely why he wasn't pulled down - by the time his legs where eaten the body finally read/smelled dead to the walkers and they abandoned it.
T-Dog's real name is revealed to be "Theodore Douglas."
The corpse that Daryl finds in the tent has a button on its chest that reads, No Excuse For Domestic Violence.
The water that Shane discovers in bottles is from the Lipsey Mountain Spring Water company. They deliver water in the Atlanta region.
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