Movies | TV | Books | Quotes Easter Eggs
[ Logo] The Slip-Up ArchiveTM
Home > Movies > M - P > Me, Myself & Irene Bloopers Add a Slip-Up
Me, Myself & Irene - Quick Healing
In the train station, Lt. Gerke (Chris Cooper) shoots Charlie/Hank in the shoulder. When Charlie/Hank get away in the car, you can see that the wound is gone when Hank tries to throw Charlie out of the car.
Be the first to post pictures of this Slip-Up!
Rated 3.7/10 (16 ratings) Your opinion?
Special Requirements: just the tape
Contributed By: Anonymous on 02-14-2001 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
If something isn't right, please Correct this Slip-Up

Homer writes:
Nah... wrong. Read your comment before watching and paid close attention (you should've too). The tear in the jacket and the blood stain is always there all the way to the end.
4 of 5 found this helpful. Did you? Yes
mike writes:
I'm the one who wrote the slip-up. Yeah you are right. I noticed it when I rented the DVD.
2 of 2 found this helpful. Did you? Yes
Capman writes:
It's kind of funny how he is just walking around at the end with a bullet in his shoulder and has no medical help for it. Well at least the medics bandaged his hand up.
1 of 1 found this helpful. Did you? Yes
Homer writes:
That's because he's NOT walking around with a bullet in his shoulder. It just grazes it (pay attention next time).
3 of 5 found this helpful. Did you? Yes
Steve Austin writes:
Well, it's easy to mistake a graze from an actual wound! So don't be so picky! But the tear in the jacket was actually smaller than it probably would have been if a bullet had actually been imbedded into his body.
2 of 4 found this helpful. Did you? Yes

Want more Slip-Ups?
More Me, Myself & Irene Bloopers
Top 25 Bloopers in M - P
All M - P Bloopers
Top 25 Bloopers
Newest Bloopers
Me, Myself & Irene Easter Eggs