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Friends - Reflections
Okay, when the gang are watching the Prom Video, the TV screen goes black right after Judy stops filming. For a split second the camera focuses on the black TV screen, and in it, you can see the reflection of the bright studio lights!!
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A video recorder with a pause button, and a copy of TOW the Prom Video
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Anonymous on 06-13-2001
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lajaz writes:
What do you expect!! They are in a film studio for goodness sake, you want them to turn all the lights off, just so we don't see a reflection? Get real.
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ManWithNoLife85 writes:
Well that was unnecessarily snappish. Obviously the show was filmed in a television studio; everyone knows that. The point is, viewers of TV shows are *not supposed* to see cameras, studio lights, microphones, or any other apparatus used to make the show...It kind of deflates the whole suspension of disbelief. Therefore, it IS a slipup. We weren't supposed to see any studio lights.
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Gary Lynch writes:
Lajaz, what's the point in looking up a 'SLIP-UP' site if you think that something like this is overly finicky? Of course it is, most of the stuff we put on here is finicky!! Keep 'em coming, Manwithnolife.
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AmberDot0 writes:
There's another slip-up in that the screen goes dark on the TV, you can see Monica's reflection as she stands up from the chair - they immediately switch to her and she's sitting, and then stands up again.
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