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Me, Myself & Irene - Quick Healing
In the train station, Lt. Gerke (Chris Cooper) shoots Charlie/Hank in the shoulder. When Charlie/Hank get away in the car, you can see that the wound is gone when Hank tries to throw Charlie out of the car.
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Anonymous on 02-14-2001
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Comments:
Homer writes:
Nah... wrong. Read your comment before watching and paid close attention (you should've too). The tear in the jacket and the blood stain is always there all the way to the end.
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mike writes:
I'm the one who wrote the slip-up. Yeah you are right. I noticed it when I rented the DVD.
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Capman writes:
It's kind of funny how he is just walking around at the end with a bullet in his shoulder and has no medical help for it. Well at least the medics bandaged his hand up.
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Homer writes:
That's because he's NOT walking around with a bullet in his shoulder. It just grazes it (pay attention next time).
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Steve Austin writes:
Well, it's easy to mistake a graze from an actual wound! So don't be so picky! But the tear in the jacket was actually smaller than it probably would have been if a bullet had actually been imbedded into his body.
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