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Richard Finegan wrote:Paul E. Gierucki wrote:The end slate for THIRST was incorrect, we caught the error just after the broadcast and it has been corrected on the archival master.
Something else you may want to fix:
I noticed the word "captain" was misspelled in a title near the end of SMITH'S PONY.
Actually, "Captain's" is the correct word in that slate, as opposed to the wording "captian's" in the film. The word "captain" would have been even more incorrect, as bad grammar trumps a typo in the halls of literary snafu -- not to mention both ways have incorrect capitalization.
Furthermore -- the Online Urban dictionary defines a "Captian" as:
1. Pertaining to one who is supreme. The name of a person who exceeds in every aspect of life. An amazing human being. A Captian. 2. Anyone who is known as amazing, awesome, stellar, or freakin sweet.
"Steve is a Captian because he is better then me at everything." So maybe the guy running the ship is a really great guy!
But regardless, yeah. That slate needs fixing.