Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

Continuity mistake: Nick's necklace is a string looped through a ring, but sometimes the string makes only one pass through the ring and sometimes two.

Continuity mistake: When Jimmy Neutron is giving birthday presents to his mum he pulls out a necklace and some earrings from a bag. His mum only takes the necklace from him but the earrings are no longer in his hand. (00:20:10)

Continuity mistake: In the opening sequence, Jimmy uses a long string from Carl's shirt to help launch the satellite. Jimmy then launches Carl from the rocket. That same morning, Jimmy finds Carl hanging from a tree, and his shirt is intact.

More mistakes in Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

Trivia: Jimmy's dog is named Goddard. American physicist and inventor Robert Hutchings Goddard (1882-1945) developed the first liquid propelled rocket engine in 1926.

Trivia: When Jimmy shrinks himself to sneak out of the house you can see his parents are watching TV Land - A Nickelodeon program

Trivia: If you have seen Kung Pow: Enter the Fist (which stars Steve Oderkerk, who wrote Jimmy Neutron) it ends with a giant monster's foot stepping beside the main character's. This foot is the same foot as the giant chicken monster in this movie.

Carl: Weee. Llamas, llamas, llamas.

Carl: Hey, this astronaut food isn't too bad.
Jimmy: That's toothpaste, Carl.
Carl: Oh. Minty.

Sheen: I do so relish these times of peril.

More quotes from Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

Question: In the scene where Jimmy and his friends are finding their parents again, who is driving the cargo ship they're on?

Chosen answer: Surely such an advanced spaceship would have some form of autopilot.

Question: Near the ending, when the kids fly very close to the sun, how were they able to survive its super-intense heat?

Chosen answer: This is not meant to be a realistic film.

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