Continuity mistake: When Cyclops is running through the mine to search for Wolverine and Gambit, he uses his visor to track their location. When the shot changes to a first person view through Cyclops' visor, the background is merely moving up and down. If he was running as the previous shot had shown, the objects in the background from his point of view would become larger as he got closer to them.
Continuity mistake: Jubilee destroys a Sentinel by tricking it into colliding with a train car full of tar and then using her powers to blast the car and cause tar to spill all over the Sentinel. After Jubilee is rescued by Rogue from the Sentinel that grabbed her from behind, the Sentinel that Jubilee destroyed, as well as the train car, have disappeared.
Continuity mistake: Magneto reveals to Senator Kelly that he went to Washington, DC to personally witness his assassination. The flashback to the previous episode reveals that Magneto was watching Mystique (masquerading as Gambit) attempt to assassinate Kelly and the real Gambit's intervention through a window. Magneto can be seen as plain as day watching in the window in the flashback, yet in the actual episode, Magneto is never there. The design of the window is also different, as well as the color of the curtains. The room itself also appears to be smaller in the flashback.
Continuity mistake: When Professor X, Cyclops and Jean Grey enter the room where Senator Kelly was abducted, Cyclops goes over to inspect the hole in the wall and Professor X states that his watch has stopped working. Cyclops, still on the other side of the room, asks why that's important. When Professor X drops his watch and it clings to his hover-chair to demonstrate that it's been magnetized, Cyclops is suddenly behind Professor X.
Continuity mistake: The final scene from the previous episode is reprised in the beginning of this episode, yet some of the dialogue is different or omitted altogether. In Part 1, when Storm says "We all have dark sides to our souls," Wolverine responds by telling her to speak for herself and states he's more suspicious of Bishop than anybody. Also, when Rogue walks in and asks who Bishop is, before anyone can tell her, Gambit announces his arrival. When Bishop accuses Gambit of being the traitor, Gambit tells him he thinks there's been a mistake. In this episode, Wolverine never states that he is suspicious of Bishop, Professor X tells Rogue who Bishop is before Gambit walks in, and when Bishop accuses Gambit of being the traitor, he fires his gun at him before Gambit can even say anything.
Continuity mistake: When Jubilee blasts Sabretooth through walls of the War Room and outside, it is shown to be on the mansion's ground level. Many other episodes however depict the War Room to be in the underground levels of the mansion, specifically in the episode "The Unstoppable Juggernaut" where the War Room is still intact after the mansion is destroyed from the ground up.
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