Continuity mistake: When Wolverine slashes through the fence, Gambit and Bishop can be seen already running towards the fence while Cyclops, Jean Grey and Beast stand behind. When the shot changes, Gambit is the last person to run through the hole in the fence with Cyclops, Jean Grey and Beast ahead of him.
Continuity mistake: After Storm informs Cyclops that a mob is attacking Bishop, a shot of the rest of the team in the Blackbird shows that Gambit's neck is flesh colored when it is supposed to be black from wearing his headgear (this is corrected when the scene is reprised in the next episode).
Deliberate mistake: When the Friends of Humanity are secretly filming their fight with Beast, Wolverine and Gambit, their cameraman is shown to be filming from the street behind a post box. However, the footage that they submitted to the news is merely the same camera angles shown from the viewer's perspective of the show.
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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.
Other mistake: The show establishes that Jubilee is Chinese-American, but after she accidentally blasts Wolverine, the way she pronounces "Sorry" is the way the word is typically pronounced by Canadians (most of the show's voice cast, including the actress who voiced Jubilee, are Canadian).
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.
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