In "Remembrance of Courage past", Eustace is the only character who does not appear in Courage's flashbacks.
When Courage was "sick" why did his parents not let him go to Dr Vindaloo? In others episodes like "Night of The Weremole", Courage sees the doctor when he is sick.
Response : Maybe Dr Vindaloo replaced the evil vet after he was sent in space. But it is curious that Muriel and Eustace do not call Dr Vindaloo and know about the vet.
In "Perfect", neither Muriel nor Eustace was in any real danger like most of the previous episodes.
Hasn't anyone noticed the random disappearances of dogs for such a long time?
Where were Muriel and Eustace when the teacher was in the kitchen making Courage act "perfect"?
In "Remembrance of Courage Past," Muriel has brown hair during Courage's flashback. But in "Le Quack Amnesia Specialist," Muriel's wedding photo showed her with orange hair. The intro says Courage was "abandoned as a pup," yet in this episode, he wasn't technically "abandoned" since he just ended up on the streets, because his parents were sent into space.
In "Perfect," the bathroom and bedroom switched places.
In Courage's flashback of the evil vet, his hair was gray. But when he was chasing baby Courage, his hair turned white for a brief moment.
In "Wrath of the Librarian," when Courage held the book with his glove, it had four fingers. But Courage, himself, only has three fingers.
In "Cabaret Courage," they're in Hollowood, but in "Mega Muriel the Magnificent," on the mountain that turned inside-out, it said, "Hollyweird."
"Ball of Revenge" is the only episode in which Katz attacks Muriel and Courage in the farm. Previously, he tried to kill Muriel (and sometimes Eustace) in various places like a motel ("A Night to Katz "otel), a club ("Klub Katz"), a submarine ("Katz Under the Sea"), or a shop ("Candy Katz").
The Black Puddle Queen wanted to kill Eustace in her first appearance, yet here she is more interested in destroying Courage instead of finishing what she had started.
In "Ball of Revenge," Le Quack disappears after the half-time show, and is not seen anymore.
Why would the Duck Brothers want revenge on Courage? He had helped them rescue their brother who was going to be killed and served as duck soup.
Response : Actually, The Duck Brothers just sing and Eustace did not hire them in order to destroy Courage
How would Eustace know about the Weremole? He never saw the actual weremole in "Night of the Weremole." He just saw Muriel as a weremole, and besides, how would he know it was a weremole if he thought it was a mouse?
You also got to wonder why Eustace got the Clutching Foot (which possessed him), the Weremole (which nearly made his wife kill him), Katz (who tried to kill him twice), and Le Quack (who has tried to rob him on many occasions).
At the end when everyone was falling down the floor, the clam that the weremole hid in is gone.
In "Serpent of Evil River," Eustace doesn't like the idea of Muriel being used as bait. Here, he has no problem with it.
From "Ball of Revenge": 1) During the "halftime," two Duck Brothers were singing. What happened to the third brother? 2) How does Eustace know about the Clutching Foot? He was possessed by the Foot. 3) Towards the end of the segment, Le Quack is not there, he is gone. 4) How would Eustace know of the Cajun Fox? He didn't even appear in the fox's segment, "Cajun Granny Stew" -- only Muriel and Courage did. Moreover, LeQauck is not really a villain in this episode, he is rather neutral.
In "Son of the Chicken from Outer Space," Eustace's legs have been melted by the chicken, later his legs are normal.
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