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The Aston Martin has no licence plate.
The DB5's gear shift switches position between shots.
At one point during the fight with Jaws, the Aston Martin is drawn as a four door sedan rather than a two door sportscar.
How did Tracy know Jaws' name?
How did James Bond Jr know about the EMP generator? S.C.U.M. Lord did not reveal his plan.
It takes the same amount of time for 007 to retrieve the Aston Martin's remains, have them shipped back to MI-6, have Q rebuild the car and deliver the new Aston Martin Super back to Warfeild as it does for his newphew to get back to school?
Bond's horse is named "Moneypenny" after M's secretary.
Q has taught his grandson well, in this episode IQ provides James Bond Jr with a watch that fires climbing rope, a gold-detector disguised as a video camera and grenades disguised as batteries. Do bring them back in pristine order, Young Bond.
Note that the man who nocked Shelly's case down at the airport looked like S.C.U.M. Lord...
Fun fact: Trevor Noseworthy IV bruises easily.
Why are the R.A.T.S. blueprints marked R.A.T.C.?
The Chameleon is unable to morph clothes, yet when he takes on the apparence of the plastc surgin he face also forms the eyeglass the doctor wears.
Pharaoph Fearo's subterranium digging machine has (for a bore drill) a diamond the size of a small house, so why does S.C.U.M. need money?
IQ provides Bond with a solar-powered buzz-saw wristwatch as if it's something new. Yet back in The Beginning he gave Bond a watch with not only a buzz-saw, but with rockets and lasers!
When Bond and his friend's first discover the Tomb Raiders in Pharaoh Hiphurrah's tomb, one of the thieves throws a stick of dynamite at them. James Bond Junior picks it up and looks for somewhere to throw it. Why bother? Why not just blow out the fuse or just cut the burning string?
Seriously minor, when the air-lock in the Great White Shark submarine opens so Jaws can take our heros prisoner, the door makes no sound.
James Bond Jr's laser ring switches from his right to left hand between scenes.
The S.C.U.M. agent impersonating Neville Genue is wearing a woollen cap beneath the Genue mask and wig.
British schools don't issue class pins, American schools do, so why does Bond have one?
The worst mistake has to come after Bond sits behind the controls of Skullcap's plane. "I've never flown one of these before. In fact, I've never flown anything before" says Young Bond. But what he says is completely untrue, as back in the episode "The Beginning" Bond uses the flight converter on Aston Martin DB5 to escape S.C.U.M. Lord's assault. It's just sloppy.