But my favorite? Yeah, has to be in "Scoop Chase."
It's actually a notorious scene in Blade Runner, where Deckard is zoom-enhancing an image that ultimately leads him to Zhora, the replicant that uses synthetic snake scales in her act. Even when I was watching that scene, I was like, "Nothing about this is even possible." You can't just move things in a picture to see what's behind it, even if you exist in the future.
|I may have my Halloween costume for this year, though.|
Later on in Bubblegum Crisis: Tokyo 2040, this plot device is used again when a guy discovers that his wife is cheating on him, using zoom-enhance to find a blurry image of a man's bare behind from a glare on a watch. While I thought it was truer to Blade Runner, it was still pretty ridiculous, and that episode was reminiscent of "Revenge Road," which we've already established was the worst episode of the original series.