Jackie Chan Adventures

The Tiger and the Pussycat - S1-E12

Continuity mistake: When Jade cracks the shades Dark Jackie is wearing, he drops first the glasses and then the Talisman case right on top of the shades, damaging them further. But later, when Tohru picks up the case, the shades are gone from beneath it.

When Pigs Fly - S3-E6

Continuity mistake: When Tohru arrives at the McDonald farm, he tosses his former Enforcer buddies into the water trough where Daolon Wong has been landed by Jackie: first Chow, then Finn, and lastly Ratso. But the threesome land in the trough in the following order: Finn, Chow, Ratso.

Tale of the Demon Tail - S2-E19

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Jackie fights Shendu/Valmont and Ratso (just before Ratso lands in the cookie factory), the spellbook collection the villains have brought up to the tank's top earlier on is nowhere in sight now.

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Enter the Cat - S2-E29

Continuity mistake: Ratso throws the Babylonian urn at Jackie; Jackie catches it and ends up sitting in a chair, putting the urn right beside him. But when Finn and Ratso attack him with the scimitars, Jackie is found still sitting in the chair, but the urn has vanished.

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Quotes

Jackie: Wait! Bayblonian urn.
Ratso: What's a Babylonian urn?
Finn: Probably more than we do!

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Mistakes

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Trivia

The boy's comment, "Everybody is kung fu fighting" at the ruined school dance, refers to Carl Douglas' song of the same name from 1974, two years before this episode takes place, following the fledging martial arts craze in America. This song has recently (in a slight variation) resurfaced in Kung Fu Panda.

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