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X-Files, The - Money Changes Everything
This is where Mulder and Scully investigate the trailer park infested with vampires. Mulder goes to put a quarter in the vibrating bed at the hotel they're in. Wait a minute...that quarter is Canadian! The caribou on it is as clear as day. Hard to find that Canuck cash down south like they were. This happened quite a bit in the show, back when they filmed in Vancouver.
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Rockjock on 06-16-2000
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Mulderfan writes:
Everyone in the united states, at one point or another, has bought something with a Canadian quarter.... I have...maybe it's because I live in Maine and Maine borders Quebec but the money circulates down from Canada when the Canadians vist...in the US a Canadian quarter amounts to the same as an American quarter...it's nothing to worry about...if it was meant as a slip up so be it...maybe that's all they could get their hands on, filming in Canada and all.
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superbonbon writes:
by the way: that episode's name is "Bad Blood" ;)
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speedy03860 writes:
Actually you missed the best slip-up of all in this episode, the scene where Mulder is breaking up the chair so he can have a stake to kill the vampire with, you see someone off screen slip a prop stake for Mulder to kill the vampire with, you can even see the guys or girls hand.
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scullygeek writes:
"Bad Blood" is one of my most favourite episodes. I was unaware that they had a close-up of the coin. How close were you sitting to the TV?
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aj writes:
Canadian and US money get mixed up a lot in real life. The regular coins are really quite similar, and all but the most picky of vending machines can tell the difference.
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