Teen Titans

Teen Titans (2003)

4 mistakes in How Long Is Forever?

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How Long Is Forever? - S2-E1

Continuity mistake: When Raven telekinetically reassembles the broken chime bead necklace, it has about nine beads and is rather tight, but before and after that the necklaces feature about 13 or 14 beads and are wide enough to fit around the others' necks.

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How Long Is Forever? - S2-E1

Continuity mistake: Within the timestream, Starfire rips off Warp's vortex regulator with her left hand. She still has it in her hand when she first shields her face with her left arm, but as we see Warp dropping out of the timestream and Starfire following right afterwards, both of her hands are empty.

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How Long Is Forever? - S2-E1

Continuity mistake: After Warp just barely managed to fend off Nightwing's grenades, he notices Nightwing's shape leaping at him. In that shot, before the scene where Warp sinks into the ground, the socket for his vortex regulator is glowing blue instead of red.

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How Long Is Forever? - S2-E1

Plot hole: The alternate future Cyborg must stay connected to a large and heavy generator, which stands in the Titan Tower's common room, in order to remain functioning. But as we can later see, the power cables have a rather limited length, and the device is obviously too heavy to move easily. So how comes that Cyborg can roam the Tower and come through the common room's main door, where he appears when he confronts Starfire, without even any of the thick cables showing?

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