Beating the blame game in continuity errors

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Who makes the continuity mistakes mocked later on the internet? It is not the diligent notetakers on location, who have a bunch of tricky roles.

You’ve seen the Game of Thrones scene with Jon and Daenerys where somehow a Starbucks coffee cup made it into the frame? Or maybe the one in Star Wars where the Stormtrooper misjudges the height of a Death Star doorway and, unnoticed by anyone else, smashes their head?

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