New this month Continuity mistake: After J and K leave the diner, Griffin says "This is my new favorite moment in human history, unless this is the one where K forgot to leave a tip" and the shot pans over to K's meal he left. Here we can see K's food is on a plate, but when K says "Almost forgot" after placing his tip next to the meal, the food is now in a bowl.
New this month Continuity mistake: When Boris kills Roman the Fabulist, the spike he shot at his head is located to be just an inch or two above his eyebrows. When J finds the body a few moments later, the spike is suddenly much further up his head than it was a few moments ago. The spike has also shifted an inch to the left.
New this month Continuity mistake: When the huge alien fish throws J through the window of Wu's, J knocks over several rows of frogs hanging in the window as this happens. As he finishes being thrown out of the window, only one row of frogs is left. A few minutes later as K suspends J, K goes to exit Wu's and now there are suddenly two rows.
New this month Continuity mistake: After K has placed the ArcNet on the Apollo rocket, he goes down a zip line and meets up with the Colonel on the beach. The shot from the zip line shows the colonel to be standing on the sand. Next shot, he's suddenly standing on the arrow signs between each zip line.
New this month Continuity mistake: In the scene where J is being questioned by K, O walks up to to K, who picks up a cup of coffee and starts drinking it. The handle is directly in front of K on the opposite end of the cup in the first shot, but in the next shot, the handle is suddenly on the other side.
New this month Continuity mistake: On the Apollo docking bay, just as J says "You're gonna lose", Boris has J pinned up against the scaffolding. Then as Boris says "Let's agree to disagree", J is suddenly not pinned against the scaffolding, leaning forward. J also goes from looking ahead to looking down.
New this month Audio problem: When Jeffrey Price asks J what is the plan, J replies "You're going to send me back to July 16, 1969." Two shots are shown as he says this line. The first shot shows a reverse angle of J starting to speak the line, however, his jaw is never shown moving. This line would require his jaw to move.
New this month Continuity mistake: After J shows Jeffrey Price the news report of the Boglodites, Jeffrey asks J "What's the plan?" and J is then shown raising his shoulders and placing his gun back into his back pocket. In the next shot, you can see J begin to do raise his shoulders in the same fashion as he did in the previous shot a second time.
New this month Continuity mistake: As J and O are talking about temporal rifts, after J states Boris was on Lunar-Max, O says "If Boris could figure out how to time jump, he could seriously change the course of history." In this shot, her left hand is raised and her fourth finger is shown to be placed on her thumb. Next shot, her finger and thumb are no longer touching and her finger is now pointing to the right.
New this month Continuity mistake: After K remembers to leave a tip, the meteorite that was intended to land on Earth ends up hitting a satellite. The shot returns to Griffin, where he is shown to be looking uncomfortable and turns his head back round. Then as he says "That was a close one" in the following shot, he is suddenly looking calm and smiling.
New this month Factual error: Just after Griffin finishes telling J and K that the Boglodites destroyed his planet, Boris appears on his motorcycle and snatches Griffin. J, K nor Griffin didn't see this coming whatsoever, until Boris appears. The main problem with this is that motorcycles have very loud engines, so whilst J, K and Griffin may not have seen Boris as they weren't looking at him, at least one of them should have definitely heard the sound of the loud engine coming from Boris' motorcycle. Plus, the sound from the game that Griffin was foreseeing wasn't even that loud so the cheering from the audience certainly wouldn't have intervened with anything.
New this month Continuity mistake: After the time jump has vanished, J is shown lying two feet above the ground. The first shot shows J to be looking very shocked with his eyes wide open. Then in a close-up, his eyes are suddenly almost half closed looking exhausted, and his head is shifted to the side. Then in the next shot, he's suddenly back to having his eyes wide open, looking shocked.