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Not too long after Clifford first meets the animals, his eyes become smaller for a brief period of time.
Cleo used huge amounts of tie-dye on Clifford, thinking that it was shampoo, yet Emily Elizabeth and Charley still have enough to make t-shirts for the entire soccer team, without noticing that any was used up.
Charley's name is incorrectly spelled "Charlie" on close-captioning in the episode "Another Fine Mess."
When Vaz mentions that he was watching the "Couch Potato Channel," close-captioning reads the "Coach Potato channel."
Close-captioning displays both "Whoopie World" and "Whoopee World" in "Promises, Promises."
Mr. and Mrs. Bleakman are shown helping to build Clifford's doghouse in "Welcome to the Doghouse," yet in "Welcome to Birdwell Island," Clifford bounds out of his doghouse when he meets them for the very first time.
Normally what happens on Clifford is pretty realistic, but the events of "Screaming for Ice Cream" border on ridiculous. The ice cream machine just keeps pouring out, blanketing the entire dock in ice cream. Surely the thing would run out of materials or overheat or something long before what could have happened did. Also, a bit of a newsflash for Emily Elizabeth and Charley- it's called a plug! You remove the thing from the socket and the power disconnects and the machine stops operating.
There is a mistake in "Team Spirit" that requires fine eye to noitce: in many of the scenes, the image vibirates a bit, thus making fine lines look jagged.
At the end of the first half of the soccer game in "Team Spirit," the score is 2-1 Birdwell. When the second half begins, the score is suddenly and inexplicably a 3-3 tie.
In the scene in "The Dog Park" where Mr. Bleakman is talking about the rare bird while walking through swamp grass, his mouth doesn't move.
In the scene in "The Dog Park" where the dogs talk about playing fetch, Mac's collar turns black at one point.
In the "Dog Who Cried Woof," there is a scene in which Clifford and T-Bone overhear Emily's phone conversation with Mrs. Diller and Clifford eats his food until his bowl is empty. When T-Bone and Clifford run off to find her, the bowl is full again.
In "Welcome to Birdwell Island," when Emily Elizabeth calls Clifford to meet Mr. and Mrs. Bleakman for the first time, Clifford comes bounding out of his doghouse. This is directly contradictory to the events of "Welcome to the Doghouse," which shows Mr. and Mrs. Bleakman (among many others) helping to build Clifford his doghouse in honor of all the great things he's done around the island.
In "Little Clifford," Mr. Howard comments that if Clifford keeps growing, he'll have to buy a new collar for him. In fact, Clifford does keep growing, yet his collar seems to grow with him, since at no point does Clifford ever get a new collar.
In the scene where Cliffords shadow blocks the movie picture, the film's images are still seen under his shadow. The images should have been blocked out altogether since there is no way to see a movie while it is blocked by something.
In one of the scenes where the audience is clapping at the circus, you can see that Dr. Dihn's hair is grey instead of black.
Mr. Bleakman's first name, Horace, appears incorrectly as "Horice" in the close-captioning for "Stormy Weather."
The problems with the play in "Clifford and the Beanstalk" could have been prevented if the class had held a dress rehearsal, which is standard practice for such plays.
It seems rather unbelievable that Jetta managed to snag the role of Jane in the auditions for the "Jane and the Beanstalk" play, considering that she apparently didn't really know any of the lines.