Jackie Chan Adventures

Origami - S2-E14

Other mistake: When Viper slides the swords to Jackie and they come to a rest next to him, there is a small paper spider right beside Jackie. The only paper spider in the room, however, is Origami himself, and he is actually too far away at that moment and too big to fit the bill. Guess some of the animators got their depth perception messed up.

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Queen of the Shadowkhan - S2-E13

Other mistake: As we can see when Jade draws up her tattoo, it is oriented right in the center of the page and in perfect line with its sides. So when Jade applies her tattoo, the image should have been printed onto her skin diagonally, but it comes out all vertical.

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Pleasure Cruise - S2-E30

Other mistake: In this episode, Tohru gets seasick easily. But as a viewer may remember from first season's "The Jade Monkey", at the beginning of that episode Tohru stands on a boat rocked by a stormy sea, and there he doesn't get seasick at all.

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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

At the end the Moose says his name is Marlon, but in the episode "Project A, for Astral" he was called Melvin.

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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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