Silver Surfer
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Return to Zenn-La - S1-E12

Continuity mistake: When Silver Surfer is engulfed by the Fractite, he is standing on the middle of his board with his left foot closest to the front (the "goofy" stance), knees slightly bent and arms extended to his side with his elbows slightly bent. In the next scene, he is shown to have both of his feet pointed towards the front of his board, with his knees bent more and his torso leaning back. The Fractite holds him in place, similar to if you were frozen in ice, so he wouldn't have been able to freely move.

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Innervisions - S1-E7

Continuity mistake: When Silver Surfer is heading towards the temple to turn off the Dreamweaver, Beta Ray Bill throws his hammer at his back, which knocks Silver Surfer off his board and into the ground. When Silver Surfer rises out of the hole in the ground, he does so perched upon his board, even though it should be on the ground behind him.

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Learning Curve: Part 1 - S1-E5

Continuity mistake: When the ship has made it through the plasma jump and is approaching the Universal Library, the images of the Watchers the ship passes by go from being transparent, to solid, and then back to transparent.

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The Silver Surfer: To me, my board.

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Answer: From Wikipedia: Eight episodes were written for the second season before production was shut down. According to series creator Larry Brody, the cancellation was the result of a legal dispute between Marvel and Saban Entertainment.

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