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The story was well written, but more attention should have been paid to the details. If the episode centers around a photography teacher, then someone should have researched the photograph development process - especially given the fact that they were going to use the process in filming. The last scene includes a darkroom in which someone is developing a photograph. The photograph is shown developing in a tray, and then it is removed from the tray and hung up to dry. This is completely wrong. The photo should have been placed into a stop bath next, or the photo would have continued to darken and be ruined. I really enjoyed the story, and not being familiar with the N.C. landscape, those mishaps didn't bother me. I am used to fictitious names being used for places and businesses/schools in an area, as well. My admiration for the episode was totally lost, however, when this particular scene played out. It's such a small thing to research, and it wasn't even worth it to someone working on this script.
The places mentioned, fictitious and real, are from all over the state.
There is no North Carolina College in Raleigh. There is a North
Carolina State University (NCSU).
Raleigh is not 4 hours away from Washington County (which is northeast of Raleigh). The terrain shown in the episode is all wrong for northeastern NC, which is flat, on the coastal plain. The terrain shown is more like that west of Winston-Salem, in the foothills of the Appalachians. There is a community called Lake Worth in NC, but it is in Dare County, not Washington County.
Lake Worth is about 200 miles away from Raleigh, but it is very flat land, not the terrain shown in the episode (it is almost on the ocean). Wilkesboro is in the western part on NC, in the mountains. A policeman from Washington County or Dare County would not be involved in a raid in Wilkesboro, NC.
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