While watching the latest episode of "Undercovers" (which is a show I haven't been following for reasons I won't detail here), I saw this:
Here's a close up of the typo in case you didn't catch it:
The shot was on the screen for only a moment – three seconds, to be exact. Most viewers were probably drawn to the photo of the handsome spy. I noticed him, too, but for some reason I pounced on "Franfurt, Germany" like a cat on a mouse.
Hey, what can I say? You can't switch a gift like mine off and on. <grin>
Last week I almost posted about the "tendinitis" I saw in an article, but it turned out that "tendinitis" and "tendonitis" are both accepted spellings for that ailment. (Who knew?) So I did a quick online search for "Franfurt" to prevent a similar misstep.
I didn't find any German town with that exact name. If you know of an honest to goodness "Franfurt" (without a 'k'), please tell me and I'll let the NBC prop masters off the hook.
Otherwise, I'm just going to snicker.