The Last Of Us Has An Error As Fans Have Discovered In Episode 6

HBO’s most recent episode of The Last of Us is an error. Someone with keen eyesight observed that the crew was visible in one shot. There are The Last of Us spoilers in this article.

In all likelihood, you would have missed this. Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Bella Ramsey) are shown in wide-angle as they cross a snowy bridge; the crew appears in the image only when the camera is zoomed in. It’s hard to tell if this is the crew, but all indications indicate yes.

The Last Of Us Has An Error As Fans Have Discovered In Episode 6
The Last Of Us Has An Error As Fans Have Discovered In Episode 6

Check out this photo by Twitter user Scott T. Jones and see for yourself. In Season 8 of Game of Thrones, there was a scene in which a Starbucks coffee cup was prominently shown, demonstrating that HBO had made similar blunders in the past.

House of the Dragon, the prequel, had its own mistake when King Viserys’ green CGI fingers were not removed from the episode before it aired. In the end, the errors were fixed, but it doesn’t appear that the one in The Last of Us has been set.

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While there was an editing error in episode 6, “Kin,” the episode was still widely regarded as vital with much of story and character development. Both Joel and Ellie reached Jackson safely. Ellie found out about Joel’s late daughter.

In a passionate and intense exchange, Joel and Tommy (Gabriel Luna) let their guards down and share their innermost thoughts and feelings. There were brief moments of calm in the post-apocalyptic world. The episode finished with Joel being stabbed and Ellie screaming for his survival as tears streamed down her face.

On February 26, the seventh episode will air, allegedly reenacting the events in The Last of Us: Show’s Left Behind Episode Is Brutal (Storm Reid).

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