According to the segment "Windmill Vandals," if the windmill stops turning, vandal ghosts will attack the farmhouse. In "Food of the Dragon," the windmill fell down and obviously stopped. But the vandals didn't attack.
How could the Chicken from Outer Space (who was sitting in the audience in "Aqua-Farmer") be unfried if he fried himself in the "Pilot" episode?
Shirley's saxaphone was gold, but in previous episodes, it's been silver.
This is the last two-part episode of the series. First was "The Tower of Doctor Zalost".
Although the train in this episode is powered by a steam locomotive, it has a diesel train horn!
When Kitty gets to the barn, Muriel asks her if she would join them for dinner, but when they are eating, they are eating breakfast.
When Kitty wore the mask, her back of the head was covered (we couldn't see her ears). At the end, Eustace was wearing the mask, but we could see the back of his head (his hat and his bald head).
There is a door on the second floor that usually isn't there. It is shown when Courage is running from the attic (on the third floor) to the bedroom (on the second floor).
The doorknob on the attic door moves around 2 times. First, when Muriel is showing Kitty the bed she made in the attic the door is on the right side (left side if you're outside the door). Then, when Courage is spying on Kitty, the knob moves to the left side (right side if you're outside the door).
This is the second episode in which Eustace is nice to Courage, although it's actually paper Eustace.
Katz had a cameo in the episode "Profiles in Courage." He was a paper guy in the silkpaper maker's shack.
In "Bride of the Swamp Monster", when Courage is on the computer, the first person who shows up in the search is Nancy. Her residence is "New Joisey" and her occupation is as an exotic dancer.
The goat never explains what happened to the water! He says the humans "used it up," but how could they use it up enough to the point of there being no water there? And there must have been some water left when the goat drove them away. (Or why would they still have been there?)
It's true that the goat never explained what happened to the water, but the audience can guess what happened.
Near the end of the episode, when the goat pushes Courage down from the top of the mountain, he holds on to a bottle that's jammed into the rocks. When he falls holding the bottle, water pours from the hole.
Apparently, when the humans came, they littered, and the bottle jammed the hole. The goat probably didn't realize this, and that's why he says they "used it up".
During the game show, it seems that Eustace is not very bright.
One slug said that only Big Bayou's magic could free them from the chains. But later, Muriel frees them with just the her file.
In "Farmer-Hunter, Farmer-Hunted," how could the Chicken from Outer Space be in the audience of the game show if Courage fried him in "The Chicken from Outer Space" (the pilot episode)?
The one slug said,"You just have to get Big Bayou's Book of Big Bayou Magic." But the front cover of the book only said, "Big Bayou's Book of Magic."
In "The Uncommon Cold," Big Bayou's hat was always blue. In the scene where he bites the book, the top of his hat turned red for a moment.
When Eustace has a flashblack, he has hair in that flashback. But in "Hothead," he said he never grew any hair in his life.
Eustace's glasses were in the toilet.
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