Advertisements Timeless is playing a little fast and loose with our atomic bomb testing at the Nevada Test Site. In the latest episode, "Atomic City", our motley crew goes back in time to September 24, 1962, where they observe above ground bomb testing off in the distance, explaining that during the nuclear tests, people would flock to Las Vegas to watch the explosions, thus earning the city the nickname of "Atomic City". The only problem with this is that the last above ground test explosion was on July 17, 1962, thus before their arrival in 1962. Also notice the typewriter being used by the Western Union clerk. The model is clearly an IBM Correctable Selectric II, which was not put on the market until 1973. You can easily see the orange correction ribbon spool. They couldn't find an original IBM Selectric, as introduced in 1961? They're not that hard to find. Nitpicks, but sloppy ones, IMHO. Of course, I guess we could explain away these minor errors by saying the timeline had been changed by their previous exploits? A lot of the switch panels in the original time ship seem to be labeled in Russian Cyrillic. I love that the time ship has a bilge pump.