Trivia: Brock's Secret Agent License lists him at Clearance Level 8, below that of Race Bannon, who was shown to be a level 9 in the previous episode. Also, Bannon's "License to Kill" logo had a star beside it that is absent from Brock's. It's unclear what value, if any, the star has.
When Dr. Venture gives Hank the injection, his sleeves are rolled down. Why (and how) would Dr. Venture give someone an injection through their clothes?
If Sally's skin turns invisible, why are her ears normal?
When Brock is first sneaking up on the pirates, he drops his knife and says "Aw, dammit." Immediately after this, he runs up behind the pirates and attacks them. The knife can be seen still in the sheath attached to Brock's belt.
When the ghost of Major Tom's skull lands on Dr. Venture's underwater robot, he's wearing his helmet even though Brock knocked it off with his first punch. Also, when the body lands, you see that his left arm is still intact even though Brock broke it off.
When Dr. Orpheus leans forward to do the, "Marco," his beard turns orange for a split second.
In the scene when Dr. Orpheus talks to Dr. Venture about the Joy Can, as he says, "Okay, I get it," the light/dark grey colors on his rightmost hair part swaps twice: when he leans forward and when he leans back.
For some reason, Chris McCulloch is credited as "Hank VentureCol." in the end credits.
Dean mentions to Triana that they faced off against ghost pirates before, but they don't face the ghost pirates until the next episode. The creator of the series, however, has explained this away by saying that perhaps the Venture family encounters ghost pirates more often than the average family.
When Dean falls off the bed, the crown disappears the second he hits the ground.
Female African elephants (Loxodonta africana) do have tusks. Female Asian/Indian elephants (Elephas maximus indicus) do not.
When Dr. Venture reminisces about how much a help H.E.L.P.eR. has been, one of the scenes (the one where H.E.L.P.eR. hugs Brock) is from the episode "Mid-Life Chrysalis" which aired AFTER Home Insecurity.
When Rusty Venture first pulls out his 'diet pills', they are a small, round tablet type. When he finds one on the ground after dropping them, it's a oblong, gel-cap type.
When Dr. Venture's urine seeps through his spacesuit - a spacesuit is airtight, and therefore fluid-tight as well. So if his suit is working right, then the urine could not have seeped through.
In the opening sequence, when the Mexican gangster calls while playing Poker with Brock, Brock says he has a Full House and reveals three Queen of Diamonds, a 2 of clubs, and a 2 of Diamonds, while the Mexican gangster says he has a Royal Flush with an 8 of Spades, 2 of Diamonds, a Jack of Hearts, 3 of Diamonds, and a 5 of Clubs. While Brock's hand would technically be correct, it would be impossible with a standard 52-card deck. Likewise, the Mexican gangster's "Royal Flush" would not be possible since Brock already has a 2 of Diamonds.
When Brock bursts out of his grave, there are still a few darts on him. When the scene changes, those darts aren't seen on him for the rest of the scene.
At the end of the episode, Dr. Venture has Helper transplant one of each of the boys' kidneys into himself. From episodes here on in, anytime a surgery is needed Master Billy Quizboy is called upon for help.
When Hank leans toward the butterfly his eyebrows are black, but when he leans back they're blonde.
When Dr. Venture is lying in the bathtub full of ice, we see his legs, and they are bare. But when he climbs out of the tub and onto H.E.L.P.e.R.'s back, he is suddenly wearing pants.
When Hank wore the sombrero and looks at the monarch bug, his eyebrows match his hair. Typically his eyebrows are black and his hair blonde.
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