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Why didn't Fillmore just bring extra batteries instead of an extra walkie-talkie?
When Fillmore's looking in the phonebook, the page number goes 42, *missing page*, 44. The front and back of a page are different numbers, so the 44 should be 45.
The label on the barrel of baking soda says "Baking Sody".
Ingrid said that page 42 of the Yellow Pages runs "Ants, Wholesale" to "Antelope Grooming." Why would an ANImal hospital be listed on that page?
He didn't have to hold him for long - just long enough to get away.
How could Eric's own friends not know he loves animals?
How did Fillmore think he could hold Officer Turk for a long time simply by locking his seat belt?
When it shows the scene of Grover, Wilbur, Becca and Stella serving detention together, part of Stella's hair is not coloured in.
The green quenchade on Grover's shirt (while he's being questioned) keeps shifting back and forth and it doesn't stay in the same pattern on the shirt.
Re: Rochelle incident - It might not have happened to Tehama. As a girl she would have at least gone into the bathroom.
Vallejo can't blame O'Farrell for what happened to Rochelle. The same thing would have happened with Anza or Tahama because they also would have given her privacy.
Note: He wasn't blaming O'Farrell, he was blaming Fillmore for assigning O'Farrell.
As Scooter McAllister blocks the entrance where Jamie Townsend talks to Fillmore, he is shown without custard stains, but afterwards he is shown with the stains.
There was no point in turning off the lights to steal the Ultrabox because everyone was still perfectly visible.
Arthur says level one was the gum and level two was the wig. However, he stole the wig first and the gum second.
Why would Ingrid use a permanent marker on the bulletin board to draw the circle?
During the First Scene, when the TV announcer is reporting the high-speed chase, captions appear beneath, mimicking a news-headline story set.
The first reads: Sixth grader Bucky Geary wins Vegetarian Club's tater Lottery, walks home with six thousand spuds...
The second reads: LOOK MA, NO SOAP! Jojo Haight continues his three month shower strike, protesting his geography grade.
The third reads: SUPERBELCH! Eighth Grader Joe "Jukebox" Toledo has three minute, twelve second burp.
When Fillmore and Ingrid met TQ, he eats a piece of sushi. The piece of sushi he was first eating changes colour.
Wouldn't a lady like the author of Vampirita proofread her story before publishing it or handing it in? A lady like her should usually know how to spell or set the grammar right.
Note: It is pointed out in the episode that the author didn't really care about the book.
Publishers wouldn't publish a book full of grammer, spelling and punctuation errors.
Actually, the winner was going to be written into the next book which hasn't been written yet.