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"Live and Let Dynamo" - In one shot showing Blossom, she is bare-footed for a brief moment.
"Live and Let Dynamo" - When the Mayor told the Girls that he just pressed the button to start Dynamo, the next shot shows the button being pushed, but not from the Mayor, but from any of the Girls.
In "Reeking Havoc," at the Chili Cook-Off, Bubbles bought a balloon. But later, after the Professor won the Cook-Off, it disappeared.
Even though the Girls don't have noses, they are still affected by the gas monster in "Reeking Havoc."
The Mayor uses a regular phone instead of the hotline to call the Powerpuff Girls in "Reeking Havoc."
It was the Chemical X in the chili that was causing all the gas problems, right? Okay, so why did Bubbles suffer from the same thing as everybody else? Isn't she made of Chemical X?
Blossom says that "Insect Inside" was "Episode 2, Season 1," which is correct since it aired second. However, it was the first episode produced.
Eugene signs the telegram "You're brother Eugene," making the all-too-common mistake of confusing "your" and "you're."
This is the second time the Girls were in a black-and-white environment. The first time was in "Mime For a Change".
In "Silent Treatment," as the Girls entered the movie, keep your eye on the mouse hole behind them, it's between Buttercup and Blossom. But after Buttercup speaks her silent title, it's at the end where Bubbles is, and so on it switches in some of the shots later.
In "Silent Treatment," when the Girls stack up to get to the payphone, Blossom seems to hop onto Bubbles' shoulders, but when the camera closes in on Blossom, she's standing on Bubbles' head.
In "Silent Treatment," when the Girls come out of the theater screen, Blossom says they got their color back, although they had color already while everything else was black/white.
In "Silent Treatment," when the police car picks up the girls to pursue Mr. Moustache, it passes so quickly that they have to form a chain in order to get onto it. Buttercup holds the rear of the car, with Bubbles behind her and Blossom at the end of the chain. However, when the police car turns, Blossom and Bubbles somehow switch positions in the chain, with the latter now at the end.
In "Curses," when Bubbles is moving her crayon across her drawing before it breaks, the drawing has no color when the crayon goes over it.
Apparently, the Girls can play rock-paper-scissors, even though they do not have any fingers.
In "Curses," when Bubbles returns from hearing the Professor say bad words, Blossom's legs are bare.
Towards the end of "Curses," when the Girls are talking with the Professor, Buttercup's mouth moves more than it's supposed to since she only said one word.
In "Bang for Your Buck," at the start, where Mojo Jojo is having the garage sale, the old lady comes to Mojo with the red ray gun, she tells him that the price tag reads $350,000 dollars, yet when you can see the price tag on the gun, it only reads $100.
In "Documentary," after Mojo Jojo thought of Drop Brian, look closely at when Bubbles said, "You woudn't dare." Her mouth didn't move.
After Blossom caused the washing machine to explode, when the Professor called for Blossom, the door was open when she entered. However, it was closed right before he called her and nobody opened it.
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