Continuity mistake: While Fred and Barney are fighting, when Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm are devising a plan together in baby-talk, the black strap is over Bamm-Bamm's left shoulder, but when Bamm-Bamm walks past Fred and Barney the strap is over Bamm-Bamm's right shoulder.
Continuity mistake: When Barney shows Fred the ad in the paper about new novelty acts for "The Ed Sullystone Show", the ad says "Apply Bedrock Broadcasting Co" at the bottom. When we see Fred and Barney in the queue with the other applicants, the station is now called "Bedrock Television Company."
Continuity mistake: While Fred and Barney are being chased by the police, in the closeup of the stop/go signal we see two ropes beside the monkey's hand - one controlling "stop" and one for "go", but in the wideshot there's only one rope hanging from the post, apparently controlling both "stop" and "go" signals.
Continuity mistake: During the hearing, when Perry Masonry is questioning his client about being fixed financially, part of Perry's string loop closure on his clothing vanishes within the same shot, and then reappears. A few moments later Perry's two parallel strings are crisscrossed, then both are back to normal. Later, when Barney asks Perry if he can hold Bamm-Bamm, once again Perry's parallel strings become crisscrossed.
Other mistake: At the start of the episode we're shown a preview of the episode's plot: while Fred stretches his leg on the ballet bar his leg gets stuck and when the ballet teacher pushes his leg down, the part of the ballet bar which Fred is leaning on is gone. What's odd is that during this scene within the episode the ballet bar is perfectly intact.
00:00:25 - 00:14:40Super Grover
Continuity mistake: After Fred and Barney leave for the hospital without Wilma they realise the mistake and head back to the house, and when it cuts to Wilma in the bedroom Dino jumps atop the blue blanket on the bed, but in the next shot the blue blanket is gone, and then it reappears for Dino to hide under.
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