Teen Titans

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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Masks - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: Robin is chasing Red X. Red X throws a net of some kind onto Robin, then Robin says, "I'm fine. Get X. Go." and points toward Red X. Later, we find out that this was actually a hologram of Robin, when Starfire accidentally activates it again. However, this time, the hologram of Robin does not point after his dialogue.

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Mother Mae-Eye - S4-E11

Continuity mistake: When Starfire is force-fed pie by Mother May-Eye, she swallows a rough clump of pie before pretending to be mind-controlled. But after may-Eye leaves, her tongue evicts a whole pie from her mouth, plate and all.

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Fear Itself - S2-E5

Continuity mistake: When the Wicked Scary Monster first reveals itself in the Titan's Tower, we see the Titans huddled together in chibi-form after the commercial break. At first we see the Titans cowering behind Robin, who is standing in the middle, but when we see the Monster again up front, suddenly Starfire has taken the center and Robin stands between her and Beast Boy.

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Titans Together - S5-E12

Plot hole: After the battle, when Robin tosses Beast Boy the Brain for freezing, the Puppet King is seen among the assembled Titans (on the right, next to Herald and Jericho). Somewhat odd, considering that the Puppet King is a villain and not getting frozen up like his compatriots.

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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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Betrothed - S3-E3

Continuity mistake: Starfire takes the Jewel of Charta from Blackfire. Yet when Starfire blasts Blackfire, it is still on Blackfire. You have to be quick to catch this one.

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The Beast Within - S3-E9

Continuity mistake: The clasp on Raven's cloak also serves as an alert and tracking device, as we could see in "How Long Is Forever?" Robin, Starfire and Cyborg, whilst tracking Raven, find the clasp lying on a ledge in the sewer. But as they encounter Beast Boy as the super-werewolf and Raven hanging from his teeth, her cloak is still secured with the clasp.

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Fear Itself - S2-E5

Continuity mistake: The animated video shelf which goes after Beast Boy uses red and grey DVD cases as eyes and teeth. When Beast Boy roars at it as a T-Rex, the shelf loses its "eyes" and "teeth" out of fright, but when Beast Boy charges into it, it suddenly has them all back on.

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Masks - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: When the Titans discuss Robin's self-isolating behaviour after their second encounter with Red X, the blips on the map screen behind Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy all disappear in one shot and reappear again later.

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Fear Itself - S2-E5

Continuity mistake: After the video rental clerk shoves the Wicked Scary DVD into Beast Boy's face, the scene fades to the evidence room where Robin is depositing Control Freak's remote. In the showcase to the left which holds the masks of Slade's robots, we also see some of the Puppet King's Titan puppets and his soul-switching control, which got crisped in blue fire in first season's "Switch"; therefore it should not be on display. (Switch to slow run to detect it; it's rather difficult to catch on normal speed.).

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Switched - S1-E7

Continuity mistake: During the Puppet King's final rehearsal (just before the title sequence), the Raven puppet has a gem on its forehead, just like the real Raven. Later in the Titans Tower, however, the gem is no longer on this puppet.

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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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Hide and Seek - S5-E7

Continuity mistake: Season 5, episode 7, "Hide and Seek": Whenever Raven tries to contact Robin and Beast Boy answers the com, the background on the com's screen always shows daylight even when Raven calls up at nighttime.

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Mother Mae-Eye - S4-E11

Continuity mistake: Starfire manages to keep away the pies Mother Mae-Eye is force-feeding her, even to the point that her lips are kept clean. But when Mae-Eye sends in the Turbo Love 3000 XL mega pie, Starfire's mouth is suddenly stained with pie filling.

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Stranded - S4-E9

Continuity mistake: Right after Beastboy "pulls the red candy cane thingamahoozit", and the T-ship flies toward the screen, Cyborg's hands and forearms are visible, even though they aren't found until the end of the episode.

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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.

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Winner Take All - S2-E9

Other mistake: Beast Boy and Wildebeest fight in a cage suspended in an endless room, with no solid ground underneath. But during the fight both combatants keep stepping onto the gaps formed by the cage bars without their feet falling through, as if the cage bars on the bottom side are merely painted onto a solid surface. For instance, watch Beast Boy's feet when he turns into a skunk.

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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.

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Wavelength - S3-E8

Factual error: When Cyborg learns the hard way that Bumblebee can fly, his inbuilt Sonic Cannon rips a hole into the wall which glows with heat. A sonic weapon does not work with heat; it would shatter the wall, not melt it.

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Fear Itself - S2-E5

Continuity mistake: After claiming to Cyborg (her last remaining teammate) that she never gets scared, Raven turns away to find him missing; at that point you can see the cellar door in the right-hand wall. But when the winged shadow monster appears and Raven turns to run, the cellar door is gone.

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Deep Six - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: After Cyborg switches the microphones back on and Raven asks whether he could 'accidentally' leave it off, Beast Boy swells his vein. In that shot you can see the yellow marking stripe from the Titan Tower's sub hangar outside BB's canopy, however, at this time they are already in the deep sea. It's simply a repetition of an earlier scene.

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Titans Together - S5-E12

Other mistake: Among the Titans groaning over Beast Boy's "brainfreeze" joke, we see XL Terrestrial, the pale-turquoise alien-looking guy with two antennae who can grow to large size. Again a mix-up of hero and villain identities, since XL was in the H.I.V.E. and the Brotherhood of Evil and should therefore not be among the young heroes. You will also see the Puppet King by Jericho.

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Snowblind - S5-E5

Other mistake: When Red Star introduces himself, he takes off his parka with both hands. But as it drops to the ground, you can see the fingertips of his hands on top of the screen, standing completely still. This setup looks unnatural, as if he had suddenly taken off the parka with some telekinetic power.

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Nevermore - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: When Raven summons her emotions near the end, there is a green-cloaked Raven next to the yellow-cloaked one. But when they start spinning, the cloak turns from green to 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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Every Dog Has His Day - S2-E2

Continuity mistake: Starfire intercepts Soto's ship upon take-off and pushes it back to Earth. But when Soto proceeds to activate the lift-off thrusters, look at the UFO's window: the canopy of treetops moves in a fashion which indicates that the ship is currently moving up, not down.

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Fear Itself - S2-E5

Continuity mistake: Strangely, Cyborg's opponent during the scuffle in the video store changes from a garbage drop box to a video shelf similar to the one Beast Boy is struggling with - and Control Freak animated only one of those shelves.

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Titans Together - S5-E12

Continuity mistake: Kyd Wyykyd gets overpowered by Jinx and is frozen along with his compatriots lying in a heap. But later on, when the Titans inspect their flash-frozen trophies after the battle, Kyd Wykkyd suddenly stands all alone by himself (top shelf, far right).

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Titans Together - S5-E12

Character mistake: Another identity mistake in the finale: When Beast Boy's team is initially subdued, we see honorary Titan Hot Spot standing amongst the villains even though he is a) a hero and b) is supposed to be frozen solid at that time.

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Titans Together - S5-E12

Continuity mistake: When Kid Flash and Jinx arrive to give a helping hand, the remaining H.I.V.E. Fivers stare at her, aghast about seeing her on the heroes' side; Billy Numerous even points at her. Before (when Cyborg is slammed into the stairs) and after (when Kid Flash races off into the fray) that particular shot, however, the H.I.V.E. Fivers' stances and expressions just remain the same.

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Stranded - S4-E9

Deliberate mistake: When the T-Ship is hit from the blast from the exploding space station, it spins around for a while before it re-stabilizes. Just before it does so, look out of Raven's canopy: the background outside with the stars and even a planet spin as the ship does, whereas realistically it should remain calm and stable.

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The Beast Within - S3-E9

Continuity mistake: During the fight in the animal lab, the 'A' on Adonis' logo changes its shape from a pointed to a flat-topped letter.

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Lightspeed - S5-E8

Continuity mistake: When the HIVE Five corner Kid Flash in the museum, See-More activates his laser eye, which is red. But one cut later, when Jinx walks up saying "you're a little slow", his eye has its standard vision coloring again. And before the commercial break See-More puts his left hand to the visor switch, but after that he has his right hand up.

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Homecoming (2) - S5-E2

Factual error: 5-2 "Homecoming Part 2": The key Madame Rouge forms with her finger to open the handcuffs in the introductionary flashback scene is a key for a cylinder lock. But the handcuffs' keyhole is styled to accept a bit key.

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Can I Keep Him? - S3-E10

Continuity mistake: When Silkie moults, he sprays the entire vicinity with his bodily residues, including the Titans. But after the regurgitated Johnny Rancid groans, "I got eaten," Raven is peachy-clean in the close-up when she murmurs, "So nasty", and right afterwards she is smudged again. And when Silkie and Starfire start gobbling up the residue, all the Titans are suddenly and fully cleaned up.

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Titans East (1) - S3-E12

Continuity mistake: Robin calls up Cyborg as he makes his way to Steel City. When we see Cyborg on screen, the sky is daylight-blue and a bit cloudy. When Cyborg is seen personally, however, it is night outside – i.e. a dark clear sky full with stars; and when he activates the T-Car's hover function, it is still night, but the starry sky has suddenly become heavily clouded.

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Season 3 generally

Plot hole: In Episode 2, "X" and Episode 5, "Haunted" we can see the mutant larva Silkie roaming around in the Titans' Tower. But Silkie is officially introduced to the series in episode 10, "Can I Keep Him?" – so how can he just appear in the TT's commando center without raising even one curious eyebrow to his thereto unexplained presence?

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Spellbound - S3-E6

Continuity mistake: After the book starts talking, a startled Raven lets it drop onto the ground; the book lands so the viewers can see its spine. Following the commercial break, however, the scene switches sides, and the spine is pointing the opposite way from before so that the viewer can still see it. Correctly, the spine should be obscured from view and the page edges should be seen.

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Bunny Raven or How to Make a Titananimal Disappear - S3-E11

Continuity mistake: Beast Boy's telegram message strip shortens considerably between cuts when Monkey Robin is pulled up onto the stage for his act.

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Can I Keep Him? - S3-E10

Continuity mistake: When the Titans enter the Tower ops room, only to find the mess Silkie has left behind, Raven's hood is down. As Robin comments on the damage, Raven steps up to the chewed-up sofa in the background with her hood up; but in the next shot, where she inspects the teeth marks on the sofa, her hood is down once again.

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Deep Six - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: When Beast Boy and Aqualad each spot one of the Trident clones in the volcanic cave, they look away from each other, but when they try to point him out to the other, shouting "There he goes!", they are pointing over to the direction opposite the one each of them was just facing.

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Overdrive - S4-E10

Continuity mistake: As the camera begins rotating around the T-Car, the shape and the designs on the car can't stay the same. Graphics appear and disappear, and dimensions constantly change.

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Transformation - S2-E7

Continuity mistake: After Robin slides Starfire's cocoon away from the Chrysalis Eater, the monster is attacked by Raven, Cyborg and Beast Boy. As it turns to fight back, we first see the cocoon lying all by itself in the background, and then suddenly Robin pops back into the frame.

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Mother Mae-Eye - S4-E11

Continuity mistake: When Mother Mae-Eye beds the Titans down in the pie plate, we can see the cushions being close together, forming a closed line. But when Mae-Eye says good night to each Titan in turn, the cushions behind each Titan are isolated from one another.

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Show generally

Continuity mistake: In the super-flu episode, the head master says he wants to beat the previous record of no sick days by beating the previous headmaster who had no sick days from 1979 to 1999. However, later he says he only has to last one more day. How? He's only worked there nine years at the most, as we know it's set in the present.

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Switched - S1-E7

Character mistake: When the Puppet King first prepares to incinerate the Titans, Starfire (in Raven's body) and Raven (in Starfire's body) watch from a catwalk above. We can hear Starfire gasp and Raven say "No"; but curiously they do so as if they were in their respective actual bodies (i.e. Starfire's body gasps and Raven's body says "No"), whereas for most of this episode each of the girls talk with her own voice in the wrong body.

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Final Exam - S1-E1

Deliberate mistake: Cyborg, Starfire, Raven and Beast Boy are kicked out of the Tower by the HIVE, and the trio watches them from the Operations/Main Living room panorama window. But whenever Jinx, Gizmo and Mammoth are seen (before they send in the tidal wave), the same window is on their right-hand side, whereas there should be a solid wall separating Ops from the side wings.

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Apprentice (2) - S1-E12

Other mistake: When the probes are going off in the Titans, including Robin, Slade rips off his arm piece that houses the red button. When he does this, the probes stop. However, it would have required clicking the button again rather than just breaking it off the rest of his suit.

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Masks - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: The poster behind Beast Boy in the subway station changes colors from one shot to the next.

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Go! - S5-E10

Continuity mistake: In the shot immediately after Beast Boy says "Uh guys, I think they're know we're here", where the lizard men are entering the scene, Starfire is in her normal sleeveless outfit. In the shot immediately before and after this, she's wearing a full suit of Tamaranian armour.

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Overdrive - S4-E10

Continuity mistake: Cyborg reawakens after being overloaded by the Max 7 and opens his eyes. Robin is standing directly in front of him. But then it cuts to a different angle and suddenly Robin is off to Cyborg's side and he has to turn his head right to look at Robin.

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Overdrive - S4-E10

Continuity mistake: After Cyborg is hit by the truck, he stands up and sees three Billy copies in the back of it. The one on the right has his arm behind the leg of the one in the middle. It then cuts to a close up and suddenly the one on the right has that same arm out waving at Cyborg. Also the box on the top left has dirt appear in the left corner below the lid.

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Overdrive - S4-E10

Continuity mistake: When trying to redistribute his power to continue chasing down Billy, Cyborg looks at a bar graph read out on his arm of what is using how much power. The bars are constantly fluctuating back and forth on the close up. But in the angle showing all of Cyborg's torso, his arm is visible with the graph on it, and the bars are not moving.

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Overdrive - S4-E10

Continuity mistake: When Beast Boy says "Not even Cyborg can do that", referring to how Robin said he can be in 10 places at once, Cyborg is looking to his left. It then cuts to a close up of Cyborg and suddenly he is looking right.

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Overdrive - S4-E10

Continuity mistake: Once Billy Numerous splits into 10 copies, you see the Titans standing outside the T-Car. The boys are on the ground and the girls, Raven and Star, are hovering above them. It then cuts to a camera move going around the car and suddenly Raven and Star are hovering above the car itself.

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Overdrive - S4-E10

Continuity mistake: When Starfire asks what is the Maximum 7, her, Robin, Raven, and Beast Boy are standing together looking at Cyborg in a wide shot. Raven is slightly behind Beast Boy but to his right, and her body is facing to her left. But then it cuts to a close shot from in front of the Titans and suddenly Raven is on Beast Boy's left and right beside him, with her body facing her right.

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Overdrive - S4-E10

Continuity mistake: In the beginning of the episode, Cyborg is sleeping and the console beside him begins beeping and says "sleep cycle complete". Each beep, a red line on the screen wiggles jaggedly like a heart monitor. But it cuts to a close up during one of these beeps and suddenly the line is not moving half way through the beep, then starts up again after a short delay.

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Deception - S3-E1

Continuity mistake: When Cyborg first comes into the H.I.V.E. eating hall, we can see several students sitting dispersed among the tables, among them See-More (the guy with the cyclopian helmet) and Kyd Wykkyd (the Batman-type kid). At first the two of them sit at separate tables; but when Cyborg sits down and Jinx, Gizmo and Mammoth confront him, we can see the two sitting shoulder by shoulder at the same table.

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Titans Together - S5-E12

Continuity mistake: In the scenes where Mas sticks out his tongue at Cinderblock and when he starts feeling around for Menos at the Brotherhood's base, the plus sign on his left ear and chest, respectively, are painted black instead of white.

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Employee of the Month - S4-E6

Continuity mistake: The high building behind the Mega Meaty Meat is revealed to be the Source's mothership when the facade peels away. But in later scenes it still has the facade on, still looking like the tall building from before.

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Revolution - S3-E7

Continuity mistake: After first fighting Mad Mod's guard robots, the Titans are forced to flee when reinforcements arrive. One of the first two robots got damaged on the left side of its face, its left arm and shoulder, and its chest. As it turns into the alley after the Titans, the left face side is still torn up, but the rest of the damage has disappeared.

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Titans Together - S5-E12

Continuity mistake: Más y Menos figure out how to use Professor Chang's Cryogenic Machine to unfreeze their fellow Titans and do the reverse with the opposition. But the few times where they are seen actually activating the Freeze option - Professor Chang and his assistants, and later the HIVE Five -, they push a different button in each instance.

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Titans Together - S5-E12

Plot hole: Speedy's bow got cut up by Cheshire in the previous episode ("Calling All Titans"), and in the Brotherhood base he is seen frozen with empty hands raised. But when he is unfrozen in this episode (zoom in to check), he suddenly does hold a new bow in his hands.

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Kole - S5-E6

Plot hole: When the raptors bring down Beast Boy in his Tyrannosaurus form, he escapes the batch lying atop of him by turning into a dragonfly. When he does so, the heap of dinosaur bodies does not sag down at all, and to fill out the gaps, a whole lot of additional raptors appear in his stead from God-knows-where.

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Cyborg the Barbarian - S4-E5

Continuity mistake: Cyborg is brought into Sarasim's village, where he asks how he came to be here. When Sarasim answers that the ancient ones must have sent him, she is standing right in front of Krall. After Cyborg answers, "So when exactly do they send me back?", Sarasim comes forward, stepping past Krall despite already being in front of him in the earlier shot.

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Employee of the Month - S4-E6

Plot hole: When Beast Boy finally brings himself to disable the Destruct-O-Tron, the hole he punches into the device to get inside is already visible when he is still bracing himself for the plunge. This background was simply reused for the scene where the device shuts down for good.

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Employee of the Month - S4-E6

Plot hole: When Beast Boy hires at Meaty Meat, he takes away the ad "Human Help Wanted" from the window right next to the door, and when the Titans come by for a meal later on, the sign remains gone. But as the Nufu ship reveals itself and the restaurant clients panic, the sign is suddenly back in the same corner of the window, even though it is unlikely that the Nufu Source/Bob would take in more hired help and risk being discovered all too soon.

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Betrothed - S3-E3

Continuity mistake: When the Titans land the T-Ship at the royal palace, the ground beneath it is bare and empty, but when Galfor brings Starfire and the Titans up to date on current events, the ground is suddenly teeming with parked Denthrax fighters. A giant fleet full of ships that had just attacked them would certainly tip the Titans off immediately, and if the Denthrax had cloaking technology, they would have used it against the Titans while they were still in space above Tamaran.

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Deception - S3-E1

Other mistake: Cyborg/Stone attacks his own robot duplicate starting from near his fellow Titans, with his back turned to them. But after he has finished smashing it to pieces (thereby ruining his disguise), he suddenly is positioned so that he actually faces them, without having made any turn-arounds, since he charged his duplicate head-on.

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Deception - S3-E1

Continuity mistake: Mammoth overpowers Starfire and slams her into the ground. First we see her lying in an indentation in the ground in the same shape as herself, but when Robin lands near her soon afterwards, she is lying on level ground, and the indentation has disappeared.

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Overdrive - S4-E10

Continuity mistake: The Titans race to confront Billy Numerous for the first time. When the T-Car skids to a stop in front of Numerous, he just looks at it, startled. But in the very next shot (the close-up of his head) Billy is suddenly jump-cutting to shield his eyes with his right arm.

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Titans East (1) - S3-E12

Continuity mistake: Steamroller has two hands encased in cone-shaped gauntlets, but whenever he puts them together to pin someone down, the gauntlets assume a cylindrical shape. It happens every time we see this character in action throughout the show.

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Kole - S5-E6

Continuity mistake: When Gnarrk attacks Dr. Light's amplification machine, the wrench Cyborg threw at him has suddenly grown in length. At first his fist encloses the whole grip, but a minute later it is long enough to be used as a club.

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Episode 257-494 - S4-E2

Continuity mistake: When Robin faces the Outworld Outlaw, he is still wearing his water skiing life jacket. But when the Outlaw is distracted by the grizzly and Robin moves in for the punch, the life jacket has suddenly turned into his costume's shirt again.

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Can I Keep Him? - S3-E10

Continuity mistake: Beast Boy snatches Starfire, yanks her into his quarters and multiple-locks the door. When the door closes, we see a number of locks, a door chain and even a door knob on the panel. In the first shot, the fasteners and bolt holes are positioned on the door frame and the locks on the panel; but as Beast Boy locks up, both locks and bolts AND the bolts fasteners are all located on the door panel, thus making the locks effectively useless. (I know that the locks are there just for laughs, but still the sudden location switch of the fasteners is undeniably evident).

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Crash - S3-E4

Continuity mistake: When Beast Boy and Gizmo flee from the white blood cell tide and pass through the gunk barrier, the holes through which they intend to slip through suddenly shrink down in size in between cuts, and Gizmo thus gets conveniently stuck.

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Crash - S3-E4

Continuity mistake: When Beast Boy and Gizmo run into Cyborg's white blood cells, their positions before the side canal suddenly changes. At first Gizmo is at the left of the opening and Beast Boy to the right; but just before they run for it, Beast Boy is on the left and Gizmo is on the right.

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Lightspeed - S5-E8

Continuity mistake: When Kid Flash intercepts Gizmo's shop-lifting, Gizmo was walking towards the exit with his shopping cart. But after Kid Flash has deposited Gizmo in the cart, he pushes it on towards what would be the back of the shop, away from the entrance. But then Gizmo bursts out of the entrance into the parking lot beyond.

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Crash - S3-E4

Continuity mistake: When Cyborg infects the soda machine, there is a young man standing in the background. But when Cyborg races off to the transmitter dish and the soda machine starts spitting out its contents, the young man suddenly disappears from one moment to the other.

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Calling All Titans - S5-E11

Continuity mistake: Pantha, mistaking Cyborg for a competitor, grabs him, lifts him over her head and begins spinning him. In the shot where she is briefly seen from above, she uses only one hand, but before and after that she uses both hands to whirl him around.

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The Lost Episode - S4-E1

Continuity mistake: With the first strum on his guitar, Punk Rocket blows the orchestra and their paraphernalia all across the stage. But after the titles have rolled and the Titans are called into action, the stage is free of the stands, music sheets, instruments, and even the conductor's pedestal which were previously scattered all about.

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Calling All Titans - S5-E11

Continuity mistake: When Raven is ambushed by Kyd Wykkyd and Psimon, she looks at Psimon over her right shoulder (since Kyd Wykkyd sits on the canopy in front of her). But when we see the outside of the pod, Psimon hovers in the air to the left side of the pod; he even casts a glance over his right-hand shoulder, i.e. to Raven's own left side, while she keeps looking to the right.

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Haunted - S3-E5

Continuity mistake: From his fight against the imaginary Slade in the latter's old hideout, Robin sustains several injuries, including a partially swollen-shut right eye. During the last fight in the Tower's basement stairs, there is a (very brief) shot in which we can see 'Slade' leaping at Robin; in that instance, the right eye is fully open and appears not to be injured.

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Lightspeed - S5-E8

Deliberate mistake: In the museum, Kyd Wykkyd creates a teleport hole whose diameter is smaller than the length of the cobra staff he intends to snatch. In fact, when he takes it out of the showcase, the lower part of the staff passes right through the glass.

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Mother Mae-Eye - S4-E11

Continuity mistake: After Mae-Eye is banished back into the pie, the Titans assemble around it to ponder its fate. In the shots where we can only see their feet, they are positioned (clockwise, starting at 1 o'clock): Beast Boy, Starfire, Robin, Cyborg, Raven (who takes Silkie's place). But when we see their faces from the ground up, their positions are (taking the new perspective into account): Beast Boy, Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven – on the whole meaning that Robin and Starfire switch places from one cut to the other, and back again.

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Episode 257-494 - S4-E2

Continuity mistake: In the black and white family series, Beast Boy consumes half of an enormous stack of flapjacks. But when 7-Gorn-7 (literally) gate-crashes the homely scene, the stack of pancakes he disintegrates is taller than it was before.

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Bunny Raven or How to Make a Titananimal Disappear - S3-E11

Continuity mistake: Beast Boy is drawn onto the stage for a plate-juggling number. We see Mumbo balancing three plates (excluding Beast Boy) with his hands and left foot. But (again excluding Beast Boy), it's four plates getting smashed on the stage.

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Revved Up - S5-E9

Deliberate mistake: Kitten and Fang's limousine is rather quite broad, as we can see when Red X pops in. But since he is using both hands to cut the car in two, he'd have to extend the natural length of his arms in order to use both X-sawblades at the same time.

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Revolution - S3-E7

Continuity mistake: When Mad Mod activates his hypno screens in the city, there is a man among the citizens with spiky black hair and a goatee, black-rimmed glasses and a horizontal blue stripe on his shirt. When he is first seen, he has both his arms hanging down, but in the second instance where he is seen, he has somehow acquired an ice cream cone (which loses a scoop) up to his mouth.

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The Quest - S4-E3

Continuity mistake: Cyborg joins the Robin cosplay cadre, and in the garage we see him providing airflow for Beast Boy's cycle number. Look at Cyborg's right hand: first the wrist is colored green, the same as Robin's glove on his other hand, meaning that he must be wearing such on his right hand - which would be impossible without having it shredded by his hand-turned-fan. When Cyborg changes his hand back, he is not wearing a glove, but when he tries to take his turn on Robin's bike, he is suddenly wearing gloves on both hands.

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Lightspeed - S5-E8

Revealing mistake: When the HIVE Five exit the museum and are intercepted by Kid Flash, Mammoth loses both his pants and the artifacts he has before KF whizzes past him. It's best seen in slow motion; at normal speed this mistake is hard to catch.

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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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Season 5 generally

Continuity mistake: Hot Spot and Wildebeest get captured by the Brotherhood of Evil and flash-frozen as battle trophies. In each instance where they are seen afterward, the two are seen standing in different stances.

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Date With Destiny - S2-E6

Plot hole: During and right after Cyborg's, Raven's and Beast Boy's fight against the mutant moths on the bridge, they contact Robin via their communicators. On at least two occasions, when their faces are seen on Robin's com and the main computer screen, the members of the trio appear not to look onto the screen of their own communicators, but at a separately mounted camera somewhere nearby.

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Mother Mae-Eye - S4-E11

Plot hole: After the Titans have recovered their senses, they engage Mae-Eye and her gingerbread men. Just before Cyborg and Raven are trapped in giant jars, they blast Mother Mae-Eye directly from behind. But for her to enchant them, she just turns to her left and casts her spell to her side instead of behind her.

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