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When Santa takes away Princess' powers, she wouldn't have slowed down in mid-air before falling. Instead, she would keep moving forward with her momentum as she fell.
If the driver and chef are fine with lying to Princess about other things, how come they couldn't lie and say that they didn't consider her naughty?
If Santa "sees you when you're sleeping" and "knows when you're awake" in this special like he is supposed to, then how come he couldn't tell that all of the "naughty" kids were actually nice?
The Narrator also claims that the world will see Christmas' demise on this day. However, Christmas is not celebrated because of presents, so this is not true.
The Narrator claims that Princess is the "sole one aware there is something to dread." However, because he is a valid character of the show, there are actually two who are aware.
"X-Mas" is misspelled as "X-Mass" on the Utoniums' Christmas box.
The only person on the Naughty list is Princess here. Because only children are given presents by Santa Claus in most movies, it isn't a goof that Him and other villains weren't on the Naughty list. But how come the Gangreen Gang aren't on the Naughty list? As far as Mojo goes, he can be on the Nice list because he saved the world numerous times.
Why would Buttercup need a BB gun when she has laser vision?
In the second shot of the Powerpuff Girls with Princess, Princess isn't moving her mouth when she explains why the Girls were given coal by Santa Claus.
If the girls wanted to think evil, why go to Mojo? Wouldn't Him have been a better choice? Seeing as he's the ultimate evil.
After the girls did the plan XQ move, they made 7 of their own when they all said, "It Protecily again," they were 5 of them.
After the two bombs which blew the Girls and the broken satellite away, in the shot, Bubbles and Buttercup are on their left and right sides of Blossom, but when Buttercup said "Are you crazy?!", they had moved places.
If the alien was perceptive, how could it not forsee Mojo Jojo's attacks coming to him? And how was he beaten so easily?
Since when does Mojo know how to fly?
In "Helter Shelter," the Girls needed air helmets in space. But in this episode, they don't need them.
When the girls got stuck on flypaper, why didn't they use their laser vision on the flypaper to cut themselves out?
While the Girls (well, Blossom and Buttercup at least) are sleeping, Blossom has pink hair.
When the Professor smashed the Chemical X bottle, it had stopped dripping before the intro, but when the Girls were opening their gifts, he looked at the bottle and it was continuing to drip.
Apparently, the Professor has changed his opinion about Bubbles bringing wild animals home since "Helter Shelter."
The squirrels had a different look in "Fuzzy Logic."
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