In "Le Quack Balloon," when Le Quack comes to the farmhouse, Courage runs into the house while Eustace is holding onto his leash. When Courage runs in, Eustace smacks against the fridge, and he lets go of the leash. But if you look closey, when Courage starts talking to Muriel, his leash is still on. In the next scene, while he's still talking to Muriel, his leash isn't around his neck! Then, when Le Quack takes the Scottish Cookbook, Courage's leash is back around his neck, and in the rest of the episode, it's on Courage's neck.
In "Le Quack Balloon," the trap door on Le Quack's balloon changes. First, it's green and covers the entire bottom of the balloon. Next, when Muriel comes back up, it's blue and a lot smaller. Then, during the rest of the segment, it's still small, but it's green again.
There are a few goofs with the window on the back of the farmhouse. When Courage is on the computer, the power goes out. When he looks out the window and screams, it breaks the window. Then he goes outside the house. It shows that the window on the back of the house is broken. But that's the bathroom or bedroom window (it's hard to determine since they move around a lot). The attic window is actually on the front of the house. Also, when the windmill falls, you can see a little bit of the house. The window on the back of the house is fixed.
When the front part of the windmill fell off, it's on the ground, but when the vandals are cutting off their heads, it's not there!
If the windmill is the source of power for Bagge Farms, why was Eustace complaining about the electric bill in "Cowboy Courage"? Perhaps Eustace hooked up the windmill to a generator because of the electric bills? Or is it just another continuity error?
Response : Windmill Vandals was an episode of the fourth season, so maybe the creators found the idea after, and that explains why in "Hothead" and "Conway the contaminationist" vandals did'nt attack, because both were episode from previous seasons.
In "Housecalls," the exterior of Gerheart's house looks a lot like the quilt store (that was owned by The Stitch Sisters), in the episode "The Quilt Club."
Shirley is green in this episode, and in all episodes after this she stays green.
How come the tick was still sucking Muriel's toe if it was poisoned and squished at the beginning of the episode?
Ozone depletion doesn't cause global warming. What causes it is more carbon dioxide being put into the atmosphere by the burning of fossil fuels. The only thing ozone depletion does is that it allows more harmful ultraviolet radiation to get to the Earth's surface.
When the airplane pilot said, "If you look on your left, you will see the hole in the ozone." the ozone was really on Courage's right.
They used the wrong ending sequence. "Dog, prepare to meet your doom!" was not in "Snowman's Revenge," but in "The Snowman Cometh."
When Tarantella is filming Courage next to the quicksand, the TV is showing the scene live with another TV in the top right corner of the live scene, but when Tarantella is being sucked into the quicksand, the live scene no longer shows the TV in the top right, despite the camera being in the same spot as before.
On the quicksand box Courage finds in the attic, it says "For Ages 3 and Up" in the top right corner.
The blue loveseat in the living room is missing.
The fishonnary wanted water from Muriel. Why didn't she just wear that water helmet she was later shown wearing in the episode?
Goofs in "Mondo Magic": 1) At the end, it never shows what happened to Doctor Vindaloo! 2) When Muriel is on the couch, about part of her arms turn green like an alien, but in the next scene her arms are normal color. 3) What happened to Mondo's bag of Magic? It was there after Mondo left, then disappeared!
There are several famous paintings that can be seen in the episode "So In Louvre Are We Two".
The ones that come to life or Courage jumps through are: Mona Lisa, The Thinker, Sunday Afternoon on La Grande Jatte, The Persistence of Memory, The Kiss, Nighthawks, and American Gothic.
It's odd that the set of "America Stupeed" would have real tea in the kettle if it's supposed to be a work of art in the museum.
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