Continuity mistake: Season 4, episode 10 "Ben 10 vs. The Negative 10, Part 2": When the Forever King makes his announcement "Nothing will stop this little home-coming", he stands outside the Mount Rushmore base on bare soil. But in the scene where Max reviews the recording of this speech, all of a sudden we find the Forever King standing on a neatly tiled floor.Daniel4646
Plot hole: When the Corrodium Beam is shut down, there is a brief scene of the sky clearing at Mount Rushmore. But on the cliff face all four heads are seen, whereas the head of Theodore Roosevelt got crumbled in "Secrets," and it's too far forward to have been carved into the mountain face, in place (and same position) of the old head, yet again.
Revealing mistake: It is strange that the news coverage at the beginning of this episode is able to cover the story from all angles in such rapid succession: from the helicopter straight to the ground, then even a close-up of the goon atop the crystal mount Diamondhead traps him on.
Plot hole: In Ben's nightmare, Gwen says, "We will come and get you!" and then she nags at Ben for being the one with the alien powers, and she does not join him in climbing the tree. My guess is that this was due to a script error; it was likely supposed to be "he" (i.e. Ben) instead of "we".
Factual error: It would be highly improbable for Kevin to find Vilgax frozen deep in space. As we see in first season's episode 'Secrets', Vilgax's ship was blasted apart in the upper atmosphere - after all, Ben escaped as Heatblast, and he wouldn't have been able to once beyond the stratosphere. Earth's gravitational pull would have kept Vilgax on Earth, not released him into deep space.
Plot hole: After Upgrade has successfully removed Rojo's cybernetic parts, the beam rifle she had used in the armoured car heist at the episode's start suddenly appears among them. But when the drone merged with her, she wasn't holding the gun and so it couldn't have been transformed along with her.
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