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Why was General Malaise in a prison inside Hector? Shouldn't he have been cast out with other bacteria through the bladder?
Since Drix is a cold pill the story of his childhood is illogical. Cold pills don't come in multiple amounts in bottles, but rather wrapped in foil and plastic cards in groups of one or two. This is seen in the movie, Osmosis Jones. (Response: A further note is in Osmosis Jones was that he entered Frank's body in a giant "real" cold pill, which was just his "ship". But since Ozzy was just a "baby" maybe this is just his early/fantasized memory of what really happened.)
Goof: The scar from Hector's appendectomy is on his left side. However, the appendix is always on the right side of the body.
Cryle is Greek, not Latin.
The second they clogged Hector's heart valve he would have felt the pain of his heart beat increasing.
Drix says he's lucky if Hector takes an asprin. What's Hector doing taking asprin in the first place?
Why did Aunti Histamine call Drix her boy when she said, "That's my boy!" Mothers often say that. Isn't she his aunt? (Response: Mothers *often* say that. Other family members can say that as well, if they are closely related to the person)
How could Maria's father be at the reunion? In episode seven, "Gas of Doom" she stated that he was lost because of his methane studies from the "Great White Bean".
How does anybody inside Hector know what puberty is if they've never gone through it before?
The Mayor has no idea what puberty is, although earlier in the series he does.
In this episode, Ozzy and Drix need to destroy the female worm before her eggs are laid and the babies infect Hector. But parasitic worm eggs are supposed to leave the body of their parent's host.
While Ozzy is trying to pull open the door for the circuit breaker, Drix's arm-gun is his left hand. In the next shot, it's his right one again.
Strepfinger, like the others, doesn't recognize Ozzy... so does that mean his memories of how he became grotesquely disfigured are gone, since it was Ozzy's fault and all? Which begs the question: How *does* he explain his scarred face and crippled appearance, if he has no memory of the fight that left him that way? (Response: It's possible that Strepfinger hadn't looked in a mirror and didn't notice his disfigured appearance. Or at the time of the impact he could've fallen in the dark and assumed that he was injured in the blackout.)
When the screen moves in to see Cristines dream, Ozzy is pink even though he hadn't gendermorfied yet.
Why did Ozzy turn pink? He's a white blood cell so he should be a whity blue, girls don't have pink white blood cells.
If you were paying attention, you'll notice that Hector does not get anywhere.
At the end of the episode, when Hector is telling his mother about his dream, his sleeve is the usual red. Outside of the eye channel, he's wearing his blue pajamas.
If they needed Hector to puke, why didn't they just press the "puke" button like in the movie after Frank ate a bad oyster? (Response: Drix was going to press the "panic button," but when Drix went to that woman, she told him to fill out a load of forms and in 68 weeks he'll get a notice saying he filled them out wrong.)
When Ozzy and the mayor are holding on to the edge of the boat, Ozzy's hands are the same color as Mayor Spryman's: a different color than Ozzy's skin.
Ozzy said to catch on to the uvula, and they did. Frank's uvula was a million times bigger. Considering that Hector's mouth was the same size as Frank's (they took the scene from Hector's mouth from the movie), his uvula must be way too small compared to the rest of his body. (Response: It's possible Hector's uvula wasn't finished growing yet and that's why it's so small. Or perhaps he suffered from the medical condition of a small uvula.)
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