BLOOPERS! – The Invisible Enemy

Dr Who and the Cosmic Prawn is famous for three things – a rubbish monster, introducing us to a certain metal mutt and one of the best Target book covers ever. Tomorrow you can check out the new Fan Edit over at Whoflix or watch the TX version tonight and see if you can spot these bloopers…

First, here`s a boom shadow over the scanner screen…

Next, you can see one of the studio lights reflected in his hemlet[!]…

Now who the hell is this? It can only really be Lowe but he never mentions having seen the Tardis arrive…

Studio light in shot #1…

The shadow you can see here is from a camera that`s too close to the actors…

Studio lights in shot #2…

Oh look, Safran`s split his trousers…

Here, you can see the edge of the set and someone who`s clearly not Bi-Al staff…

The reflection you can see here is the cameraman taking this shot…

Who`s casting this shadow outside in the corridor? It can`t be Lowe & crew… maybe it`s that bloke in all the denim from earlier on… Tony Harding perhaps?

This is the famous – or infamous – pre-cut wall blooper. But if you look at earlier scenes around the shuttle crash, they clearly take place in this corridor so maybe it was the crash that cracked it and it`s not a blooper after all…

This is why you should never move the camera during an inlay shot…

Looks like Tony Harding is lifting K9 up just out of shot…

Crew member reflected in that cirular thing on her head…

I don`t know about you, but I can tell that`s a human arm in there…

Here you can see the back of the corridor set at the top of the booth…

Look and you can see the studio lights reflected in Leela`s balls…

That`s John Scott Martin in there, that is…

So how exactly do their helmets work in the vacuum of space if there`s a dirty great gap between them and their spacesuit?

Studio lights in shot #3…

And finally, here`s our old friend the Tardis console cable!

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