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Life: A Users Guide - S1-E51

Continuity mistake: When Rocket pulls out his printing calculator to calculate the amount of lifespan Vinnie would have left, he lets Vinnie make a decision but he speeds up his decision-making by reading off the countdown timer that magically appeared on his calculator. The calculator is also different in the close-up with the missing thermal printer and a different keypad layout, as well as a different number, where the number is transcribed as what Rocket says is "30484800 minutes 57 seconds" and when the calculator display is shown in the close-up 8 seconds later, it shows the number "20484 80056." (00:04:30)

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Life: A Users Guide - S1-E51

Continuity mistake: After Vinnie completes his lifetime of tests, Rocket proceeds to mark them and tells him that he failed some tests but that he passed his Art "with a lovely rendition of the Mona Lisa." When Rocket is seen holding up the paper and when the camera shows Vinnie sitting at the desk explaining what he actually drew, the tick on the paper is different between the 2 shots. (00:07:15)

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Parent Substitute - S1-E37

Continuity mistake: In the last classroom scene, the blue oval design on Gabby's cap appears and disappears between a few of the last shots of the scene, first when Vinnie runs up to Professor Q (because Rocket went ahead and switched both his and Gabby's test papers) and later when Professor Q was talking about how he was ∞ proud of Vinnie. (00:10:10)

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More mistakes in I Got a Rocket!


Professor Q: Morning Vincent! Oh what's this? Ah, History Algebration homework! Excellent... The sum of 2 rational squares is equal to men's wear artichoke-friendly most sad sandwich jelly melons?!
Vinnie: Rocket!
Rocket: Hmm... Ha maybe I bounced up the wrong book
Professor Q: Vincent, your homework is 5 watts wrong and 50 gravitons incorrect!

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Swollen Cranium - S1-E15

Vinnie: Are you kidding? Being smart and intelligent is the lamest! I'm never learning anything again! Ever!
V.P. Stern: *Ahem.*
Vinnie: Um… I mean… yeah… sure….

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