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When Phoebe sleeps in the Warfield van she isn't wearing her glasses, but in the next shot she is.
When von Skarin's helicopter reaches Miss Hotstones' van it is broad daylight. But when Bond and friends reach the van a few moments later, the sun is setting. And in the next scene inside the chopper it's daylight again. But for the rest of the seen it's sunset.
It takes the same time for Bond nd his friends to fly from England to Tokyo as it does for Trevor Noseworthy to run an eight-mile cross-country race. Actually, perhaps this isn't a mistake.
Dynamite does not blow up when struck.
The inflatable suit Young Bond uses in this episode, is later used by his Uncle 007 in the 19th film, The World Is Not Enough.
Young Bond tips his lorry onto one side avoiding missiles underneath, like in Licence To Kill.
How can Young Bond win a race having only completed the first lap and using two different vehicles?
If the trucks gas tanks were full of plutonium, what was stopping the radiation from penetrating through?
Once again, British schools don't have class pins, they don't issue class rings and the certainly don't elect class presidents.
At the judo tournament, Trevor boasts, that he can easily defeat his opponent because his is bigger. The basic principle of judo is that size dose not matter. This shows that, despite all of his boasting, about being "a living weapon" Trevor knows almost nothing about judo!
If those S.M.A.R.T. Ball are so advanced and high tech why hasn't IQ noticed the absence of one, the one Trevor Noseworthy has taken?
When Bond, IQ and the girl escape their cell onboard the Royal Navy ship. Rest right next to the cell door is the sleeping guard's automatic assault rifle, yet our heroes don't take this opportunity.
Just as British schools don't have class pins, they also don't have class rings. Yet Bond is given a Warfield Academy class ring.
Trevor Noseworthy IV still plays with toys.
Just after The Worm reveals his plan, Bond pulls Worm's shades (Green) from his head and crushes them. Worms replaces them with Bond's (Blue) shades. But in the next shot in the limo, he's wearing his green shades again and when he gets out he's wearing the blue shades again(!)
When about to crash the pizza truck James Bond Jr is wearing his glasses, but when the truck does in fact come to a stop he's no longer wearing them.
How can IQ telephone the operator without even touching the buttons?
If the diamond-tipped comb can cut through anything (As IQ claims) why can it only style hair, not cut it?
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.
On the hovercraft Marcie is wearing her blue dress (The one she wears at dinner), but when they arrive in Paris she's wearing jeans and a blowse?