Corrected entry: On the full screen side of the DVD, go into the 2nd special features menu. Click left twice to highlight the CIA symbol. Hit enter for the gag reel.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Rhonica Miles walks into the boys' changing rooms, she snaps a towel at one of the boys who cat-calls and jeers her. When she snaps the towel at the boy, his own towel, which is around his hips, falls off. He quickly picks up the towel so not to reveal himself and then sits down and puts the towel over himself. If you look closely, the boy has a pair of underpants on. This means that he a) shouldn't have had a towel around him in the first place and b) was putting his towel around himself as quickly as he could and then sitting down to cover himself for no reason at all because he had a towel covering himself.
Corrected entry: Look at the scene where Rhonica Miles is telling Cody to go call Natalie now, then listens to him over the phone via a phone bug. Cody doesn't have the phone on, and at some points he's not even talking into it, but Rhonica Miles can hear everything he says. Even if it was a bug in his room, not on the phone, it wouldn't work, because Rhonica Miles could hear Natalie answer too.
Corrected entry: When the professor and his client leave the lab, they leave the ice cubes with the nanobots in plain sight on the table. They wouldn't be so stupid to leave the ice where it would melt.
Corrected entry: In the scene when Hillary Duff is in the glass room after she was kidnapped, she is wearing a different outfit from the one she was wearing when she got kidnapped. Where did she get the change of clothes from?
Corrected entry: When asked what the nanobots can destroy, The scientist guy says, "Anything silicon or carbon based." Steel is iron and tin based, so the nanobots should not be able to affect it, as is seen so often.