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At the end when Jake and Cadence are walking off Cadence's shadow is that of a thrasher's.
Right after Hayley pushes Jake into a toy bin, you can see that many sprinkles have fallen off of her face. But more are there when she opens the door the Zylork is contained behind.
While in the cell, Hayley's hair changes between shots after she lets it down, shortly before she lies down.
Phoebe finds a comic book in Jake's room stored in a comic toploader, which is a hard plastic sleeve with an opening on the short edge, used to protect a single comic from bending, tearing, edge and corner damage. In order to get the comic out, she "breaks" it open, complete with a glass shattering sound effect. Again, it's made of plastic, not glass, and is made with an opening on one end. There's no need to break it open, and you certainly wouldn't hear glass breaking if you did.
Phoebe knocks a flat-screen LCD computer monitor in Jake's room onto the floor. We hear the sound of breaking glass, but LCD monitors don't have glass screens.
After Felix meets the Eris Fairy, he talks to Hayley and Jake in the hall. In the background behind Felix, on the right side of the screen, is a blonde girl and a red-haired girl sitting on a bench. First they both get up and walk away, then they're both back on the bench and the blonde gets up and walks away, then the redhead is sitting by herself, and finally the redhead disappears altogether.
The final shot of the opening credits sequence has been changed. Instead of appearing in their normal clothes, everyone is wearing Valentines Day-themed outfits.
This episode premiered on Saturday at 9:00pm (ET) instead of its normal timeslot of Friday at 8:00pm (ET). This episode also premiered as part of Nickelodeon's "Naughty or Nice Night."
When Felix, in the costume, realizes that the other monster is real, we see a shot of him running by a black car while being chased by the monster. After the commercial break 30 seconds later, we see that same shot again.
The kids standing on the street with the "monster" who gave them trick-or-treat route maps change position in relation to the street lamp pole.
Mr. Stockley was in his car waiting for the crossing guard to finish getting people across the street when he turned on the radio and became entranced by the scary story. Later, when we come back to him, he's still in his car in the same spot. He's holding up traffic at the intersection, yet no drivers behind him are mad or honking their horns.
After all of the monsters escape, Jakes goes into the holding cell area and the place is remarkably clean. No footprints, dirt, grime, slime, or anything else that would be expected if all of the monsters trampled through there.
In the final shot of the opening title sequence, the gang are dressed in Halloween costumes, instead of their usual clothes. Hayley's dressed as a 1920's flapper holding a fan, Jake is a convict holding a toy axe, Felix is a cowboy holding a lasso, and Mr. Stockley is a scarecrow holding a plastic pumpkin bucket.
This episode premiered at a special time of Friday at 8:30pm (ET) instead of its normal timeslot of Fridays at 8:00pm (ET).
This episode premiered at a special time of Saturday at 8:30pm (ET) instead of its normal timeslot of Fridays at 8:00pm (ET).
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Tweens, single camera sitcom, superhero escapism, supernatural forces, Teen