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A boy in this episode has the same voice as Drak in "Hunt For He-Man".
This is one of the episodes in which Adam helps to save the day as Adam, rather than He-Man.
Sticky Fingers Space Pirates are made up of himself, Batty, Frogman, Hisser, Lavaman, and Leo. Their soldiers are called Swabs.
When Prince Adam is telling the moral at the end, he is talking in He-Man's voice.
How did Glitch manage to convince Skeletor to allow him into his army? In "Masks of Power" two warriors had to pass a series of complex tests before they could be allowed to join him... and in "Mistaken Identity" Skeletor would only allow Modulok join up if he could seriously impress him... so how can a weak young boy like Glitch have impressed Skeletor enough to be admitted into his army?
Clawful is treated here with disrespect by Skeletor, and speaks of his desire to overthrow him... but in the earlier episode "Castle of Heroes" Skeletor called him his right-hand man. Could the relationship between them have declined between episodes?
When TrapJaw is firing his Miniature Laser at the end of the episode, TrapJaw's mechanical arm is on the wrong side.
Why does Eternos need King Moraius energy crystals? I thought it was powered by Eternium which is supposed to last for many years instead of just one whole year
When Adam meets Janis, she congratulates him on having 'boxed up' the spider creature in the tunnel, having apparently witnessed the battle. But Adam beat the spider creature as He-Man. Does this mean Janis saw him change into He-Man?
In one scene, King Moraius fails to recognise Beast Man and Trap Jaw when they are wearing the most pathetic excuses for disguises in the whole series- simply wearing white bibs, with no physical alterations at all!
This Episode says King Randor is a king before he married Queen Marlena, but in "Search For The Past" and in She-Ra: Princess of Power's episode titled "King Miro's Journey" King Randor didn't become King until after Adam and Adora were babies and Adora was kidnapped.
In one shot when Man-At-Arms is talking to Teela after losing the race, Teela's knot on her uniform is white.
In close-up shots of Skeletor as he is talking to the chained up Royal party, Trap-Jaw (standing behind him) quite clearly has his mechanical arm on the wrong side.
When Cringer encounters a ghost in Snake Mountain, he remarks "I thought there were no such things as ghosts!" On a planet like Eternia, with so many magic places and paranormal beings, how can anyone doubt the existence of ghosts?
Why would Skeletor steal the Belats' crops? Has he ever owned farmland???
The flashback showing the Belats being tricked by Skeletor appears to have taken place a very long time ago... so how long exactly has Skeletor been on Eternia? Also notice the strange guardsman working for Skeletor in the flashback, who has not been seen in any other episodes- maybe a former member of his army?
In the scene where Skeletor and Tataran are in Snake Mountain planning their attack, Skeletor states that they must 'fly to Eternia' to attack the Royal Palace. But Snake Mountain is on Eternia...
When Skeletor's Warriors are recounting their acts of destruction, TrapJaw's mechanical arm is on the wrong side.
Why exactly does Skeletor want to stir war between Eternia's moons? What good will it do him apart from once again proving his role as an all-round bad guy? It's possible that he may hope that the war will enable him to conquer both moons himself, but it is never explained for sure.
There's a lot of inconsistency in the series between Eternia's moons- in this episode they are both inhabited by humans, but in most others they appear uninhabited- and in some episodes there's only one!
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