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Pelswick lives with his Father Quentin, his grandmother Gram-Gram, his little sister Kate, and his little brother Bobby.
Kate takes a picture when Julie lands face first onto some grass. But when she shows the picture to Sandra, Julie seems to have landed on blacktop asphalt.
When Kate gives Pelswick some brown gloop for dinner, it doesn't have a carrot in it like everyone else's. But when we see Pelswick's gloop again, it contains a carrot.
- In a scene, Pelswick's grandma pulls up next to the runaway speeding wheelchair that Pelswick and Boyd are on. She asks Boyd how tall he is, and Boyd replies that he is 5'10". Grandma then proceeds to tell Pelswick to look for a 5'9" clearance (implying that Boyd would get knocked off). However, Boyd is crouching awkwardly on the battery pack behind Pelswick, so his height can't be an exact 5'10".
- Oh yeah, if the battery pack is "red hot" (Boyd's quote), then how come the soles of Boyd's boots didn't even melt or smoke while he was standing on it for such a long time?
Ramona Manns wrote in to mention that when Nick and Joe are choking on some glue, you can see a bowl of glue in the background -- but when they fall to the ground, the bowl of glue disappears.
When Pelswick tells his friends where his family is, his wheelchair battery is white. But when Ace cleans it, the battery is black.
When Pelswick remembers Carsden Warner saying "Replace him!", the sound of Warner's voice is different from how it originally was heard.
Quentin is revealed to ironically have "standards" of how politically correct a person can be in "Speak No Evil, PC No Evil." However, the camp founders shown here are much more PC than Spagna ever was and Quentin does not care.
When Boyd laughed at a picture showing Pelswick kissing a toothpaste bunny, the picture showed a daylight background. However, Pelswick actually kissed the bunny at night.
Pelswick and his friends agreed to escape to Laserland, but Ace then claimed they were going to Stomach-Churning Drop World. (Editor's note: Is it possible that Laserland is part of Stomach-Churning Drop World?)
At various points in this episode, the day the space station is due to hit Bayview changes from Thursday to Friday.
When Julie says to Pelswick, "Thanks for naming the end of the..." she passes the paper to Goon. He's supposed to take one and pass them on, but he doesn't.
In the book, the donkey's eyes are open, but in the floral display, the donkey's eyes are closed, as if it's enjoing the mayor's kiss.
The title appears onscreen as "The Case Of The Filchered Files", but "Filchered" is not a word. (It should be "Filched".)
Goon claims that Bobby is the last person in town who's not already a salesperson. Apparently he forgot all about Pelswick.