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When the broom pulls DM away, his Eye Patch comes off. If you look closer or pause the screen before DM disappears from the screen, you see a small dot that turns out to be DM's Eye.
When Dangermouse is talking to Colonel K about a sale on fridges, Greenback cuts into the videophone. You can see the Colonel's nametag, phone and speakerphone under the Baron's arms.
The four ingredients for Greenback's spell are:
40 hairs from a Yeti
A piece of the Old-London fog monster
Two feathers from a vampire duck
A twig from a witch's broom
If the episode begins with headlines from local papers stating that Greenback has Penfold captive, why does Dangermouse act surprised when Greenback calls, stating that he has his faithful assistant?
Dangermouse gets the ingredients out of order from the Baron's List
Answer: Was he told he needed the ingredients in order? Maybe he got them in the order he felt would be easiest to get.
Dangermouse doesn't go down the lift to his car, he just hops in.
If Dangermouse is using a five-number sequence to crack the combination to the door out of the brig, why are there only four buttons?
After the corridor chase scene and the change of scenery (to where the alien gets hit it the head by the cars) the alien cars switch back to 5.
In the chase scene: 5 aliens cars pass by but when the scene changes to the corridors, only 3 are chasing them.
On the back wall of the Space-Hopper there is a bicycle pump and a sign reading 'A Big Tench'. A tench is a fish.
The alien is watching an episode of Dangermouse on the telly.
Dangermouse has received a lot of pets as gifts for saving the world: a tiger, a 3-toed Sloth, a Mongolian wild mule, and the most recent addition: a panda bear (possibly from China), and at the end of the episode: a camel.
While talking to Colonel K, Danger Mouse opens a box on the table. As the scene pulls out, the monitor is not on the wall. However, Colonel K heard the "Follow the Arrows."
The episode title is actually a misnomer, as nobody actually dies in this episode.
Leatherhead is reading a ZAP comic featuring Danger Mouse, Greenback and Penfold.
Agent 57 is a master of disguise. He has changed his disguises so many times, even he does not remember what he actually looks like.
Penfold and then Danger Mouse identified the monster Frankenstein but Frankenstein is the name of the scientist who created the monster not the monster itself.
Stilletto reaches through the screen to hand Penfold a travel brochure.
Danger Mouse lives under a post box at 221B Baker Street. Address sound familiar...? That's where Sherlock Holmes lived!
Sign reads: YOU ARE NOT WELCOME! When DM blows past it, it spins around and reads "HEY CAN'T YOU READ."