Corrected entry: Carts with wheels were not used in the Incan empire. Not only would they not work with all the steps carved into the mountainsides, llamas refuse to pull things behind them. They were used as pack animals.
Corrected entry: When Yzma is searching for Kuzko at Pacha's house and talking to Pacha's wife, who is pregnant, she drops something on the floor and Pacha's wife picks it up. It takes her a long time to do this because she looks almost ready to deliver her baby. Less than a minute later, when Pacha's wife sees Pacha at the kitchen window, she excuses herself and rushes over to the window. A woman as pregnant as she is could not move that fast.lancasterbiblecollege
Corrected entry: When Tipo (Pacha's son) wakes up after his bad dream, Pacha's wife comforts him and says that Pacha is fine and went to go see the emperor. However, the last time she saw Pacha, he said that he'll put their llama back. He never mentioned going back to the emperor. Therefore, there is no way for her to know that Pacha went back to see the emperor.
Corrected entry: The journey between Kuzco's palace and Pacha's village has to take at least an entire day (It's night when Kronk knocks Kuzco out, day while Pacha is traveling and dusk when he arrives back home), surely during that time Pacha would have stopped for even a brief rest so he should have noticed the large sack on the back of his wagon before he got all the way home.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Yzma and Kronk are preparing to get rid of Emperor Kuzco, Yzma mentions that no-one but her, Kronk, and the Emperor know that she was fired. In the scene where she is being let go, there is a servant writing out a pink slip, he obviously knows that Yzma was fired too.
Corrected entry: When we first see the poison, it's in a container that Yzma knockes over to kill the plant, and she gives the container to Kronk. How did it get into a little vial labled with a human skull-that-is-mistaken-for-a-llama if all Kronk had to do was pour the liquid from the container into a vial and from there into the emperor's drink?
Corrected entry: This is a 2 parter, 1. If potions don't have to be drunk but just touch the person then Kronk would have turned into a llama when he faked drinking the drink at Yzma's house, or when he used the mitt to mix the drinks again. 2. And the palace guards did not have to drink the potions that Pacha spilled when he knocked over the table in Yzma's lab.
Corrected entry: In the dinner scene, Kronk is handing out a drink to Kuzco on a platter. The one with the llama potion is farthest away from the other two (which are close together). But when Yzma tells her sidekick to give the emperor his drink (after Kronk saves the Spinach Puffs), all of them are evenly spaced.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Kuzco, Yzma, and Kronk are having dinner. Kronk is about to give Kuzco his drink (which, along with the other two drinks, is on a circular platter), then the emperor tells him that something's burning. In the next shot, The drinks disappear (Kronk isn't holding them), and then reappear several shots later.
Corrected entry: When Pacha and Kuzco Llama go to look for the Human Potion, they open the owl cabinet and find the labels Lions, Tigers, and Bears. When Yzma knocks the cabinet, all the potions spill out, including the Lions, Tigers, and Bears. But Kuzco tried all the potions and never turned into a lion, tiger, or bear.