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In the scene where Skeletor announces his plan, the voices for Two-Bad and Spikor get mixed up. We hear one of Two-Bad's heads say "Yeah" then the other say "Right" whilst the character is in short with two closed mouths. Then one head says "Good idea" and the other "Skeletor", both in Spikor's voice.
In the scene where Skeletor attempts to attack Grayskull with the missile, we see absolutely nothing of The Sorceress... was she away at the time, or did she just not notice?!
In the scene where He-Man goes to Grayskull to get The Sorceress' help, why has he changed back to Adam? Especially when he's He-Man again in the next scene- why did he need to change back when going to Grayskull?
When Adam transforms to He-Man, Skeletor's ship is right above him- could Skeletor have seen his transformation? Not only that, but Sy-Klone is nearby too!
When Two-Bad appears, he's changed. Tuvar (the blue guy) is in the left and Baddhra (the purple guy) is in the right.
This episode features an unusual addition to the Royal Palace - the Rainbow Tunnel, apparently built by King Randor for Adam and Teela to play in when they were kids.
Modulok is seen among Skeletor's crew here- but it doesn't explain how he has managed to make it into Skeletor's army. In "Mistaken Identity" Skeletor said he would only let him join up if he could seriously impress him- so what has Modulok done to finally convince Skeletor to recruit him?
When He-Man tells Mekaneck about the Rainbow Tunnel, doesn't it seem at all suspicious that He-Man would know about the tunnel, when Mekaneck doesn't know He-Man is Adam? But then, Mekaneck is portrayed as completely dumb here...
Mekaneck's voice- and his personality- differ radically here from his other episodes. He is given a high-piched, squeaky Orko-esque voice which is totally unsuited to him, and character-wise he is portrayed as stupid, dim-witted and useless, making a fool of himself with every line!
Nit-pick: Why didn't He-Man go to see the Sorceress about the stopping of time? Surely with her powers, she would have been able to do something at least.
Once again, a character's origin (this time Roboto's) is completely different from the one given in the mini-comics that came with the figures (in 'The Battle of Roboto').
Modulok's second head seems to be somehow cybernetic, as Modukok seemingly is working on the back of it with pliers or some sort of instrument.
Wouldn't it have been better to have used an established character for Skeletor to create the double of, like Man-At-Arms or Teela, rather than create this Koldar guy who we know nothing about?
When the evil double of Koldar causes havoc in Grayskull, The Sorceress refuses to defend the castle against him because "It is written that Castle Grayskull must forever be a safe haven for the friends of He-Man." Er, this guy is trying to take over the castle for himself, doesn't sound much like a friend, hey?
What exactly is the deal with the 'Hall of He-Man'? If this room of Grayskull (never seen in any other episodes) is as old as the castle, it would imply He-Man must be thousands of years old!
If He-Man and Koldar really are such good friends, why does He-Man sound so suspicious of Koldar when he expresses his desire to see Grayskull?
Where exactly has this Koldar guy come from? The episode implies he's known He-Man for years, so why have we never seen him before?
One of the alien slaves seen on board the Slave Master's ship is given the same appearance as the first season character Lizard Man. It's probably not meant to be him, but this has led to speculation among fans that Lizard Man may have been from another world.
A memorable scene in this episode is where He-Man, Battle Cat, and The Sorceress all call upon the power of Grayskull simultaneously!
When Skeletor tells Trap-Jaw to go after Teela inside Castle GraySkull and when Teela tells TrapJaw to try to catch her, TrapJaw's mechanical arm is on the wrong side.
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Pre-Teens, beings from another world, fantastic adventure, Classics, Teen