Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero

Plot hole: Batman finds at Belson's home a handwritten list of substances needed for a transplant. Why would Belson, a medical authority in the field that knows those things thoroughly, even write a list down? If it's for Freeze to procure him the material, why would it be at his house and not with him, and when did he even have time to be at home to do that, since he has been kidnapped by Freeze when he was driving on the outskirts of Gotham and taken to the oil rig? If he had time to go home, he at least would have changed clothes, he's still in the tuxedo he wore when he was kidnapped the night before.

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Plot hole: Mr. Freeze's old pal Dr. Gregory Belson needs to search for a compatible *organ* for Freeze's wife. He's trying to go through the proper channels at first, and search for, in his words, "available organs" and "deceased donors." The weirdest part about it is that he's searching the blood donors database. Why would the blood donors database have that kind of information? (00:19:20)

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Other mistake: When Dr. Belson searches the blood donor database, a lot of weird stuff happens; first of all, he is searching it by name, and it's the name of Mr. Freeze's wife. Since for some weird reason she is shown later being in the donors database (doubtful that someone with an incurable disease would be a donor!), it should return the information about her, but it does not. Secondly, he is opening the database search again once Freeze promises the gold vein, and the form shows already the personal data of Nora but without her name this time, and including the blood type, which he types only in the next close-up. (00:20:50)

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More mistakes in Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero

Commissioner James 'Jim' Gordon: Come on, people! A guy in a wierd suit with two polar bears can't be too hard to spot.

Richard 'Dick' Grayson: Thank you, Alfred. I don't know what we would do without you.
Alfred Pennyworth: Frankly, neither do I.

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