The dialog could have been written to say that the phrase "The Scottish Play" must be used to refer to the play without actually having Macbeth in the dialog or are you saying that many actors also avoid this phrase?
"Then there was the "curse of the bullpen" deal." They also listed some other real curses but missed the most (im)famous - the use of the term "The Scottish Play" to avoid saying Macbeth. This is a real superstition among actors. Except when you are actually on stage and giving the play you have to use the Scottish Play reference in lieu of actually saying the name of the play. If you saw this weekend's "The Librarians" this was a plot point in the 2nd episode.
Once again they had a restaged scene from the original movie. Last week it was saving a plane (AF 1), this week it was saving a pet from a tree (although Superman saved a cat while Supergirl saved a snake).
"It was also good to hear that Henry doesn’t blame Emma for the actions of the Dark One." Especially when (since they did not use the dream catcher to see the rest of the sequence) they only saw some of her actions but not the motivation for the actions - ie: To release Merlin from his tree form. It is hard tgo judge someone's actions when you are unaware of their reasons for these actions. Note: We do not yet know Emma's reasons for all of her actions but in the case of Stolen Heart she was acting for good not dark/evil reasons.
9 digits tends to be one of the lengths often encountered. If you look at the received headers on email you get you can see the addresses of the servers the message passed through and you will see how the lengths fall. If you have a home router it will usually have an address of 192.168,x.1 where x is 0 or 1 making the address 8 digits and the addresses it assigns to devices connected to it from 8 to 10 digits
"How many more episodes do we have to go?" This was S5E18. IMDB says the last episode is going to be S5E26 (Forever) so it is 8 more episodes to go.
"I am assured by a network administrator that IP addresses aren't necessarily nine digits - they can be as few as four." A IPv4 address is of the form x.x.x.x which each x is from 0 to 255. This it can be from 4 to 12 digits long.
"The piece at the beginning of the story was an aria in The Marriage of Figaro. It was by Sumi Jo and can be found on the album Philharmonie Berlin: Gala Opera Concert." While I assume you have correctly identified the aria, the closed captioning claimed that it was from Tosca. The cc script might have been written first and they swapped the music afterwards. This is not the first time the cc has disagreed with what was in a show.
"When Regina’s tears over Daniel wouldn’t work, Emma ripped out Violet’s heart and made the girl tell Henry she only wanted to be friends." Unfortunately there is a MAJOR continuity error/problem with this sequence. The ripping the heart out/etc. events had to have occurred before Regina and Emma tried and failed to use Regina's tear. Henry then immediately showed up and contributed a tear (due to Violet's rejection). Since it was not known that Regina's tear was going to be too weak until it was used, why (and when) did Emma do the heart-rip to get a stronger tear from Henry?
"It was disappointing to see that she elected not to get some new digs for her lab." That would require that the show build a new set for her new lab.
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