Best comedy TV factual errors of 2000

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Let's Not Be Heisty - S8-E2

Factual error: Series 8, Episode 2. A family liaison officer would not be alone on the first job.

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Double Date - S1-E12

Factual error: Lane wants Rory to talk to Dean about setting up Lane with his friend Todd. While asking Rory to do this, Lane asks for the date to be planned for the following Sunday, after church; however, Lane is Seventh-day Adventist and they believe the Sabbath is Saturday and therefore attend church on Saturday, not Sunday. (00:04:45)

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Forwards Backwards - S4-E5

Factual error: The supposed "Amazing Spider-Man 14" that is featured is actually a copy of "Amazing Spider-Man 351". Craig calls it a 1993 reprint of 14, yet 351 is actually from 1991.

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Factual error: At the end the Moose says his name is Marlon, but in the episode "Project A, for Astral" he was called Melvin.

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Bad Chi - S2-E9

Factual error: Darien sets up a tripod and videotapes himself leaving a message for the Agency. When the tape is played back later, the camera can be seen to have both zoomed in and panned to follow his movements, even though no one was there to make those adjustments. (00:30:30)

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