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Fresh Prince of Bel Air, The - Gas Powered Radio?!?!?!
Okay, About midway Through the Episode, shortly after the Earthquake occurs, You see Vivian and Uncle Phil Talking to each other in the office with candles lit. (The lights were down because of downed power lines) But then Uncle Phil goes to turn on romantic music, on a radio Plugged into the wall! So unless this building is being run by a generator allowing only appliances to work, this is a slip up.
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TV, Episode Of "Did the Earth Move For You" (Episode where Will's girlfriend and him are trapped in an earthquake) Ears, Eyes
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osgood35nyi on 11-22-2004
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andy0135 writes:
I don't believe that this was a slip-up because it is quite possible that the radio had batteries in it!
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DanaMac writes:
Okay, Mr. "Plugged into the Wall"...Some radios that plug into the wall have a battery back-up so that they will still work in a power outage. My alarm clock-radio is an example. Also, some radios (like boom-boxes) give you the option to either plug them into the wall OR run them off batteries, and they'll have a "AC/DC" switch on the side so you can go back and forth between the two power sources. So there!
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gapinglotus writes:
Or unless the radio had batteries in it. You know, those things that act as a power supply.
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Terry Nunn writes:
I don't know about the USofA but over here on my side of the pond we did have gas powered radios! Nothing like the radio featured but it was powered by a thermocouple and drove headphones. I saw one in 1951 and have been looking for others eversince. Terry
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osgood35nyi writes:
I just saw it again. It was a record player. I know not many record players that run on batteries. Only way this record player would have worked is if, and only if it recieved a power supply from an outlet.
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osgood35nyi writes:
Yeah, try the fact that you guys didnt read that it was PLUGGED INTO THE WALL!
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