I do wince at errors and continuity problems. When I said "I've even held my nose and used it myself" about "suspend [dis]belief" at those times I did so because the term does communicate the source of irritation. "They" should do a better job. (I use "they" to be fully inclusive of all the people involved in the production.) With that said, I was feeling the need to defend watching shows that sometimes err but do pull from me memories, feelings, and/or emotions because of what is being presented on the screen. In this case, I fully expected to not watch this show. Indeed it is frequently inaccurate, but for some reason I find the Tom Kirkman character played by Kiefer Sutherland somehow "relatable" because of the situation in which he supposedly finds himself. So I have continued to watch it. Unfortunately it took me over 1000 words to explain why I watch this show where, irritatingly, "they" failed to give any thought about filming shots of normal DC traffic after such an attack - among other problems. Sorry about being so verbose.