"Back to the Storybook" shows up as "Back to the Fairy Tales" in television listings. This is because the latter was the original title for the episode.
When Cassie opens the front door to her house in "Dragon Scouts," she leaves the door open, but while she an Ord are talking, the door somehow disappears completely, and then reappears closed by itself.
In "Bye, Bye Baby Birdie," when Emmy says "Ord, you're squishing us," she sounds like Max.
In "Bye, Bye Baby Birdie," the adult rhyme birds only said three rhyming words like the baby birds did, but back in "Eggs Over Easy," the mother rhyme bird could say whole sentences as long as the last word of each sentence rhymed.
In "I Believe in Me," when Cassie dances with castanets in front of her friends for the second time, Ord's foot is green for a few seconds.
When Zak and Wheezie about to go to Chilly, their entire tail is green, instead of purple and green.
In "A Snowman For All Seasons," it stopped snowing, but that doesn't mean that it got above the freezing point. It doesn't have to be snowing to be cold, and it doesn't have to be very cold for it to snow. Sometimes Chilly & Nippy could melt even when it's snowing very heavily!
In "Dragonberry Drought," Cassie states that she has 72 brothers and sisters. This is an alteration from past episodes (Season One), in which she stated that she has 74 brothers and sisters.
When Max and Emmy wish upon the dragon scale in "Just Desserts," their gelatin desserts disappear from the table, but are there when Max and Emmy come back home.
In the original showing of "Just Desserts," Mungus the Giant asks Max and Ord to retrieve buttercups and foxgloves. The repeat showing of this episode was pulled and in all future showings of this episode, the second flower is changed to catgloves, more than likely thanks to the commentary of an observant viewer. This flower is mentioned several times in the episode and in all instances, was changed in both dialogue and closed-captioning to catgloves. Max, however, can still be observed mouthing "foxgloves." Foxgloves are extremely poisonous and the source of a drug, digitalis, used as a heart medicine.
In the beginning of "Three's a Crowd," Emmy drew Cassie as red, but at the end of the episode when Emmy added herself to her picture, she was red and Cassie was blue.
After Nicki says that she had a great time with Emmy and Cassie in "Three's a Crowd"," Emmy's red and purple crystals magically vanish and reappear in her hands.
In "Three's a Crowd", after Cassie is finished talking to Quetzal about Emmy, the bird feed that Quetzal put on the window sill magically disappears.
When Ord is talking about who did what to design the kite in "Three's a Crowd," Wheezie's leg is green for a few seconds.
When Max yells for the Doodle Fairies to open the gates in "A Crown for Princess Kidoodle", Cassie is missing her Dragon Badge.
In "A Crown For Princess Kidoodle," Zak states that he and Wheezie have a map of every knuckerhole in Dragon Land. Hopefully, it's more accurate than his information was in "A Picture's Worth a Thousand Words."
Cassie's Mom is a purple dragon with a blue belly in "Cassie, the Green-Eyed Dragon," but back in Baby Troubles she was a pink dragon with a yellow belly.
In "Have No Fear", the flower pot in the window is shown to have only three daises with flower petals before the butterfrog is fed. But when Cassie goes to get the petals for her pet, four daisies have petals.
After Lorca swings across the vines and Zak & Wheezie put him back in his wheelchair, his tail is shown sticking out from the back of his wheelchair. However, when Lorca turns his wheelchair around later in the episode, it is shown that there are no holes in the back of his wheelchair. How did his tail stick out?
The first time Lorca shows the treasure map in "A New Friend", the forest with the river before the field of twinkle daises is not drawn on the map. It then magically appears on the map the second time he shows it, and stays on the map for the rest of the episode.