Plot hole: In the very first episode, the Wu Assassin (who hasn't even been properly trained yet) is fast enough to dodge bullets, that appear slowed down to him, leaving a trail behind them. At no other point in the series does the assassin exhibit that sort of speed and reflexes - in the penultimate episode he definitely can't dodge bullets, although the villains use automatic weapons so the comparison is in part unfair. It sure seems that he has been 'nerfed', or that he was accidentally written too overpowered in the first episode.
Plot hole: The captain's wife tells him that she's taking his daughter with her, not giving him a chance to even say goodbye. During the episode it turns out that she's angry because he missed lunch with them, and when the Metal Wu texts the boss, it also turns out that all this just happens at 1:11 AM! It does not make much sense: she waited over 12 hours to complain to her husband, and she's driving her kid in the middle of the night.
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