Rosemary & Thyme

In a Monastery Garden - S3-E2

Continuity mistake: Near the end, Rosemary has a photo in her right hand. When Dr Fairborne starts to get aggressive, at first, Rosemary tries to keep the photo away from him, but when he grabs her and threatens her with a scythe on her neck, the photo has vanished.

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Racquet Espanol - S3-E7

Continuity mistake: The girls are driving when they see Karen driving the van Martina. Problem is: when the girls stopped, there was a stop sign, but when they drive on, the stop sign is missing.

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The Cup of Silence - S3-E1

Continuity mistake: When Angus is found dead, Daisy has her hands steepled in front of her face, but, in the next shot, her hands are lowered to her chin - except in the mirror, where they are still steepled in front of her face.

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Swords into Ploughshares - S2-E7

Continuity mistake: Near the end, the girls find a big box, filled with antiquities, buried in Lord Engleton's lawn. Laura's jacket changes from before digging, to having found the box, and then back to the first one as they carry the box away.

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The Gooseberry Bush - S3-E6

Continuity mistake: After the girls have seen the site of their next job, Rosemary hands Laura the keys to the Rover. Laura has a bag over her right shoulder. When she climbs into the Rover and closes the door, the shoulder strap of her bag vanishes.

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Racquet Espanol - S3-E7

Continuity mistake: When the girls walk into the palm shop, Rosemary's sleeves are rolled down to the wrists, but, a second later, just as she gets a large spider on her arm, her sleeves are rolled up to the elbows, so now the spider can bite her.

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In a Monastery Garden - S3-E2

Continuity mistake: In order to meet the Queen, Laura stands up from her last minute toils in the herb garden and she has a plant in her her left hand and a trowel in her right. Suddenly, the trowel is gone.

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Orpheus in the Undergrowth - S2-E2

Continuity mistake: On the second night at Julia's, Laura has insomnia again and this time she gets up and goes down to the gardens, which are bathed in light - much more than from a full moon. When Mr Elliott turns up while the girls are working, Laura says to him "Were you out star gazing last night, Mr Elliott?" And he says "Indeed I was, a partial lunar eclipse in wonderful darkness."

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Racquet Espanol - S3-E7

Continuity mistake: As they are sitting around, discussing what to do after Charlie's death, Bobby, in the long shot, is just sitting there, but, in the close up, she is holding the ends of her hair against the wind.

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Orpheus in the Undergrowth - S2-E2

Continuity mistake: When Rosemary finds her second bunch of smooth ink cap mushrooms and picks one, then declares, "Fungus Ferguson. My old college professor," who will be able to tell Rosemary what is special about smooth ink caps - this has been bugging Rosemary for days - and then grabs her cardigan without dealing with the mushroom in her hands, which is no longer to be seen.

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The Memory of Water - S2-E1

Continuity mistake: When the girls are just finishing their look of the walled garden, Laura's scarf that has been visible on both sides up until now vanishes on the left side, then it comes and goes repeatedly.

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Racquet Espanol - S3-E7

Continuity mistake: While the girls are packing up Charlie's belongings after he died, Rosemary brings out the small bag from the bathroom. Laura is seen rummaging around in the bag, looking for Charlie's auto-injector, but she just moves them around, until the next shot, where she suddenly has half of the items out of the bag and in her hand.

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Trivia: Except for the first episode, "And No Birds Sing", where Laura drinks a glass of wine in 2 gulps, she never takes a sip of her drinks - wine, apple juice, nothing - except for tea. She pretends to drink, but doesn't succeed.

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Three Legs Good - S3-E5

Question: When you are wallpapering, what is it that you brush on the paper after it is on the wall? Helena brushes something that looks like glue on the new wallpaper.

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Chosen answer: As far as hanging new wallpaper, there is no need to brush on any additional product once it has been pasted to the wall. It appears Helena may be doing an extra decorative step by applying a liquid glaze over the wallpaper to give it a more distinctive look, perhaps creating a sheen effect on the surface. Glaze can also be tinted to give a muted colored tone. It could also be a protective sealant. However, to remove old wallpaper, a product is brushed on that dissolves the old paste so the paper can be easily scraped off.

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