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Caillou is shown as having lots of different shirts in this episode, yet normally he is almost always shown wearing a yellow shirt with a red collar, or, in the original five-minute episodes a non-descript dull grey shirt with the same red collar.
In the "Caillou Becomes a Waiter" segment, Caillou tells Julie he can't pay her because he doesn't have any money, but he was just given five cents.
The segment "Trip on the Subway" doesn't make sense. Clementine lives in the same neighbourhood as Caillou (this is evident in Caillou's Halloween, in which they went trick-or-treating together), and thus there's no need for taking the subway to visit Clementine.
Watch the clock in Caillou's kitchen in the "Firefighter" segment closely as it changes to more and more unlikely times throughout: 8:50, 9:10, 10:10 and finally 3:10.
In a second example of clock goofiness, the second hand on the alarm clock that Caillou is given in the "Timekeeper" segment does not move.
In the Thanksgiving segment, Rosie is at one point sitting in her high-chair nibbling on an apple and she accidentally drops it to the floor. At no point does anyone motion to pick it up, yet when the focus cuts back to her after briefly cutting away, she has the apple again.
Additionally, this episode appears in PBS Caillou listings using the British spelling of neighborhood (neighbourhood.)
Close-captioning for the English version alternates between British and U.S. spellings of neighborhood.
When Caillou falls on the strawberries, his knee is covered with blood-like bright red juice so he thinks he is bleeding. Real strawberry juice, however, looks nothing at all like blood as it was depicted.
Rexy seems to have no idea whatsoever what snow is in this episode, but just two episodes before in "I Can Do It!" he was out trying to build a snowman on his own.
Why was Caillou so worried about a small corner of the comics ripping? You could still read them.
Reply to train travel thing: I think Caillou and his dad meant that they were going to ride on the train for two days, and then stay at their vacation spot for two weeks (they had a lot of stuff packed, including some beach stuff)
In the "Next Stop...Fun!" episode,Daddy mentions they will be on the train for two weeks, but when Stanley asked Caillou how long they'd be on the train, Caillou said two DAYS.
In "Mom For a Day," Rosie lays down for nap and Caillou sits on Daddy's lap as they read Rosie a story. When the scene changes and Mommy arrives, Daddy is laying in the bed with Gilbert, sleeping. This must mean that not only did Rosie get out of the bed at some point, but that Daddy crawled into it, laid down and went to sleep.
At one point during the "Mom For a Day" segment, Daddy reminds Rosie that she has to eat everything on her plate before she can have dessert, but close-captioning spells it as "desert."
In the "Top Bunk" segment, there are five steps leading to the top bunk of the bunkbed. Rosie is shown both next to the ladder and in front of it and in both cases she appears to be about as tall as the third step. Yet, a few seconds later after Caillou comes down, both she and him are shorter than the second step.
The sun sets and rises cartoonish quickly in the camping segment.
This episode was banned from PBS Kids for Caillou yelling at his mother and Rosie, and pushing Rosie out into the hallway; however, it can still be viewed on Hulu Plus.
The drawing that Caillou made for his mom was the same one that he gave her in "Caillou Mails A Letter".
Caillou's mom says "And I got in trouble," when she's telling Caillou the story about how her cousin got covered in toothpaste. But when this episode aired on PBS, the line is changed to "And I had to clean it up."