NCIS: Los Angeles

NCIS: Los Angeles (2009)

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Corrected entry: In the 1st episode of season 1, they go to rescue a kidnapped girl who they believe is being held by the Manny Cartel. When they show up, G asks "what it would take to storm the place" and Sam answers "a week's planning and a small army." So after attempting to go in undercover, it turns out their identities are known and they have to fight it out. G takes out the head guy while Sam takes down two body guards. That was it, they get the girl and leave. What happened to a secure compound which required an army to take down? I expected some more guys to rush them after the initial shots were fired. (00:32:45 - 00:37:20)

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Correction: Not a plot hole, just a mistake in estimation. So Sam clearly gave the enemy more credit than they deserved. Some people might call it hyperbole (a gross exaggeration meant for effect and not meant to be taken literally).

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Seoul Man - S7-E20

Continuity mistake: After the drive-by shooting at the Federal Building, when Owen and Sam escort the defector and his girlfriend into the sedan, the license plate number is "5GOI417" which soon changes to "5PCI294" when Sam drives backwards. Then it changes back to "5GOI417" when Owen and Sam leave the car, and yet it's "5PCI294" again when Owen points his gun at the camera.

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Trivia: In one scene, Callen mentions that he was shot on May 5th. This is actually the airdate of "Legend: Part 2", the NCIS crossover episode in which Callen's shooting happened.

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