Teen Titans

Date With Destiny - S2-E6

Continuity mistake: When the mutant moths are first seen, their eyes glow in sinister red, but in all subsequent encounters in this episode, they have blueish eyes.

Date With Destiny - S2-E6

Continuity mistake: The Titan Communicators' lids depict the Titan's logo: a white T in a black circle, encased by a yellow rim. When Robin calls up the other Titans after recovering from his paralysis, the lid of his com device has a black T in a rimless yellow circle; later it has the standard design described above.

Date With Destiny - S2-E6

Continuity mistake: When Kitten makes Robin lead her onto the ship, Starfire is crush-gritting her teeth, then she slams her fist onto the hood of the car on her right side. When she skids into the picture, the car in question is a red sedan, but when she hits it, it suddenly is Kitten's pink Rolls Royce, which was standing in front of her (and slightly to the left) just moments before.

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