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"Star Trek: The Next Generation" The Schizoid Man (TV Episode 1989) Poster

Goofs

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Continuity 

Dr. Graves' beard on the chin-lower lip area is visibly different in the funeral than in previous scenes.
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Miscellaneous 

After Dr. Graves and his torpedo casing casket were beamed into space, the Enterprise warps away showing only Graves' casket passing by but not the stand on which the casket was standing on the transporter pad.
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Plot holes 

Lt. Selar plans to transfer Dr. Graves to the Enterprise "as soon as possible" even though his life expectancy is "a week". There is no explanation for the rush, let alone the transfer plan.
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Dr. Pulaski goes to the bridge via turbolift without once uttering her destination to the computer.
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Plot holes 

Graves turns Data off, and then transfers his consciousness into Data's body, killing his own. So who turned Data back on?
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Graves, in Data's body, transfers his mind out of Data and into the ship's computer. However, when the captain finds Data, he is lying on the floor and not connected to anything.
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Revealing mistakes 

Data/Graves strikes Picard with his right hand from the lower left side of his body; from Picard's perspective, the force of impact is traveling from Picard's lower right to his upper left. But Picard spins a full turn to his right, stumbles to his left, and slams into a wall. Picard should have spun in the same direction as the force of impact.
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