Sorry about that. No bathroom, just a mirror. Just watched this again.
I've always wondered how Malcom Merrywether can travel the broad expanse of the USA on only a bicycle. Also, in the episode when Andy first meets Malcom in front of his house there is what looks like Barney's first car parked right smack dab in Andy's driveway.
Hope this hasn't been mentioned, but I noticed the other day:
When Andy and Barney cross the "Robert E. Lee Natural Bridge" to rid the Darling's of Ernest T. Bass, at one point they are in the cabin and there is a window on either side of the front door. Through the left window, trees are clearly visible. When they walk out on the front porch to confront Ernest T., there is a room addition that would completely obscure any view that window could have of the outdoors.
I have to correct myself on this. I have since paid better attention, and the extension (from inside) on the left is there. It is just hard to see, but I've never been able to find this post to correct myself. Thanks for pointing it out Col.
On a similar point... I've always wondered if you have to cross the Robert E. Lee Natural Bridge to get to the Darling's cabin, how is it that they were able to drive the squad car across? Its just a tree that fell across the shallow spot in the creek right?