Home Uncategorized “Great TV Mistakes” – Doctor Who Uncategorized “Great TV Mistakes” – Doctor Who By Cameron K. McEwan - 31/08/2010 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp BBC Three recently screened a one~off compilation of bloopers from television shows entitled, Great TV Mistakes. During the two hours a number of clips from Doctor Who (both “nu” and “classic”) and they’ve been collated here for your pleasure. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Video of the Day – The Catherine Tate Show, 2006 Video of the Day – Television Academy, 2020 Doctor Who’s Noel Clarke to Receive BAFTA’s Outstanding Contribution Award 13 COMMENTS Is it sad that I'd noticed quite a lot of these?Yes.They missed out the bit in TEOT when you can see the entire crew wearing high-vis jackets reflected in Davey T's sunglasses… Reply Oooh I didn't catch the bit in TEOT… where was it? Reply Probably best watched without the sound on. Reply There's also a flipped shot of Matt Smith in The Pandorica Opens. You can tell because his hair is parted on the opposite site and holds the sonic in his left hand. Reply there's plenty mistakes not shown here but i tend to ignore them cos i'd rather just enjoy the show than dwell on any little errors. Reply i argee with Carn, nit-picking like that is annoying sometimes – like in this series Rory's badge and in The Beast Below there were several obivous continuity errors like the smilers, the star whale and the voting booth. But i didn't know about them before one of my friends pointed it out. But it is funny how the production team make mistakes. some editors may be watching this and saying OMG i didn't notice that. Reply There's an episode of Monk (Mr Monk & The Tv Star, I think it's called) where the ocd inflicted former cop is helping out with a case centering around a guy in a show. On the set between retakes of the same scene (for editing and angles and whatever) Monk sees a continuity error which the crew seem thankful at first but then he starts noticing more and more due to his ocd and detective skills to the point the crew end up getting a bit fed up with it all. That's what this reminded me of 🙂 Reply Don't pay a lick of attention to this stuff when it happens, but love to look at it and laugh later on. The most satisfying thing about them is that they're still happening today, despite all the money being thrown at the current series. Nothing like throwing a big Tennant era goof in the face of one of those snooty "fans" who likes to point out how "shoddy" the series used to be! Reply Oh, and on this subject… anyone who saw THE EXPENDABLES catch Stallone's disappearing flak jacket in the cockpit scene near the end? One minute it's not there, the next it is, and then suddenly it's gone again! Reply Extremely annoying & unfunny! This video comp and the narrator are as funny as child constantly kicking the back of your seat during an 8 hour flight! Reply I was waiting this whole clip for them to mention the man splitting open his trousers during his death in The Horns of Nimon. It never came. I guess no one wanted to sit through the Horns of Nimon again to double check. Reply The commentator didn't happen to mention a mistake he made himself. The destruction of St Stephen's Tower isn't CGI as he claimed. It was a model shot. And the orginal mistake, necessitating flipping the effect was made by the storyboard artist who drew the effect wrong in the first place. Credit where due, duckums! Reply On the episode (partners in crime) season 4 with cathrine tate, where she is at the lose weight siminar, her mole keeps switching sides on her face. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.